Antique Victorian Walnut Dry Sink

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¬†Very unique early dry sink! This is a walnut Dry Sink with a lift top lid made in the 1870’s. This piece came from the Boyer Family of Fairmount, West Virginia, in Marion County. Mr. Boyer was a family doctor and a very prominent family in the community. Notice the depth to the panels on this walnut piece, and the thickness to the wood throughout the entire piece. The walnut wood is beautiful and rich looking especially on the top of this dry sink. This cabinet has been refinished. Measures 31″ wide, 18″ depth, 29″ height. Primitive looking this dry sink is not but one of a kind and unique it would definitely be described as. Don’t miss adding this great piece to your personal antique collection.

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