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Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet
Heartland Vintage Market

Updated Antique Teal China Cabinet

Regular price $525.00 $0.00
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This is such a gorgeous piece in person. The 1920s era Jacobean style hutch has great bones. An update brought it into present day. 

The custom teal blend is unique and modern. 

But those legs... paint accented with metallic waxes for a hint of glam without too much bling. 

The metallic wax finds its way into some of the details up top, as well, and in heavy doses inside the cabinet and on the shelves. 

A subtle metallic butterfly frame design adds that something special without being over the top. 

And the original, solid bras hardware was already drop-dead-gorgeous, but a fresh metallic update tied them into the piece perfectly. 

Measurements: 15 3/4" wide x 14" deep x 26 5/8" high

Local pickup (Sacramento area): $525 plus tax, or contact me for cash discount option.

Shipping within the 48 continental states: $825. You will simply pick it up from your nearby freight location. Don’t worry, I’ll let you know where that is and I’ll coordinate everything. Just pull up and they’ll load it for you. Easy. 

Got questions? I’m happy to help! 

Contact: 

Brooke Sobol
530.651.3055
bsobol@rocketmail.com

 Please note:

Vintage/antique furniture comes with history and character. It is not new or perfect. It may have small scratches, niks and other blemishes. I make all necessary repairs to ensure my pieces function as they should (drawers open and close easily, for example) and minimize flaws. That said, please expect some signs of previous use. 

Hand-painted furniture is an art form, and therefore not perfect. Small drips, runs, inconsistencies in the color, minor cracking/crackling in moulds and transfers, etc. should be expected. I pride myself in top quality work, but no human can create a factory finish. (That’s  kind of the point, right?!) :) 

All sales are final.