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White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass

White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass
White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass

White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass

Wooden Cabinet Display Case Door Set Pantry Curio Cupboard. Oak with 3/16 thick Glass. Quantity: 4 Doors Available, two left, two right, unless you easily fill the knob holes. Size: 3/4" x 17 1/4" x 61 3/16.

You can see where a measuring tape is stretched horizontally with about 34 3/4 showing at a door edge. That was me showing that two doors (one left, one right) would just cover a 34 1/2" open, including the typical 1/16"-plus gap between a pair of typical cabinet doors. Material: Appalachian Red Oak frame with 3/16 clear glass panel. Color: White painted surface with some wood texture showing through. The doors were previously finished in lacquer and then subsequently painted, it seems.

Usage: Curio Case, Display Case, Pantry, and kind of Cabinet. These may be stripped or scraped to expose the original redish-brown wood lacquer finish over an Appalachian Red Oak. Looks like the "professional" painter didn't sand them well when recoating, I scraped his his paint right off, leaving the original finish largely intact.

Seems I tried to show this in a photo. All have a knob hole drilled in them about 20 inches from what WAS the. Because of this, if un-filled, these holes will make each door either a "left" or "right" door. If you are going back to the oak finish, you will want to drill your own RedOak flat-plugs, matching the texture and wood pattern, of course.

Standard 35mm boring for standard fully concealed European hinges. These doors have original stained and lacquered wood underneath - a light reddish brown, then professionally hand-painted with a semi-gloss enamel.

From a pet free, smoke free home and environment. Sing a song about how your combat-wounded veterans group needs them, what you will do with them and get'em free. The item "White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass" is in sale since Monday, May 14, 2018. This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Doors".

The seller is "woodworker-whose-clients-give-him-great-stuff" and is located in Tampa, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Wood Type: Appalachian Red Oak
  • Material: Wood
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Type: Display Case Door
  • Features: Reclaimed
  • Color: White and Brown

White Lacquered easy-to-strip Red Oak Wood Cabinet Display Case Door 3/16Glass