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    Posted 10 years ago

    veronica_1…
    (7 items)

    This cabinet was found in an abandoned farmhouse, there are airholes on the bottom sides which have two shelves and the top part of this cabinet has one high shelf. It appears to be handmade without any markings. There are grooves for glass. The two drawers are functional and the wood is slate pieces on the bottom.

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    1. livetoride livetoride, 10 years ago
      This could be what they use to use as a pic keeper, although the pie keepers usually had glass panels and glass doors, try looking up oak wood pie keeper on the internet.
    2. veronica_1963 veronica_1963, 10 years ago
      Thanks! I did sort of assume it was or did have something to do with pies because of the holes on the bottom. I currently have the holes covered with clear tape from the inside because here in the country it seems to be a mice keeper, lol! For some reason the mice gravitate to it :) Thanks again for your advice on what it is called!

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