Condition: good for era
Size: 30 1/2 inch height by 18 1/2 depth by 42 3/4 inches wide
This is a country made dry sink made from poplar. The side pieces and the top are from a single pieces of poplar. Imagine the size of those trees. In this era they didn't always spend money for furniture but made their own as needed, and this one has a section for the porcelain covered pan and a section for the drying rack. There were no inside sinks so this unit served for washing dishes, etc. Has two doors with a center shelf inside of the sink. Has one small crack in the molding. (note picture) Thissping to be done by truck, cost to be determine.