Antique Mary Boone Oak Hoosier Cabinet Roll Door- Flour Sifter Campbell-Smith
This is an amazing early 1900s Mary Boone Oak Hoosier Cabinet with a green stain and cool stencil designs. Has all the items to make a great kitchen work station at the turn of the century. Has the enamel porcelain counter top, roll door which works great, pull chain light at top (works), large metal flour sifter, clock (not working but comes out easily to repair), mirror (lots of silvering loss-see photo), and hidden ironing board that slides out. Boone cabinets were made by the Campbell-Smith-Ritchie Company in Lebanon, Indiana. Their advertisements said that they were designed and named by women. It is 48 wide, about 70 high, and 24.5 deep. Has the Mary Boone marking at top and the back of hoosier has all the original markings. Please view all photos and ask any questions.
You can clearly see the areas of green stain that are worn back to the wood, some of the glass knobs are loose, some paint missing on interior surfaces, the top door tends to swing open as the latch hardware is not working good so might need to be replaced. This very rare hoosier could use some minor repairs and love, but is in great structural condition with all the original bells and whistles. The item "Antique Mary Boone Oak Hoosier Cabinet Roll Door- Flour Sifter Campbell-Smith" is in sale since Saturday, December 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Cabinets & Cupboards\1900-1950". The seller is "designsdivine" and is located in West Palm Beach, Florida.
This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Region of Origin: America
- Material: Oak
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Time Period Manufactured: 1900-1950
- Featured Refinements: Antique Hoosier Cabinet
- Type: Cabinet