This hutch / china cabinet came from my grandmother's estate, she had it in her Craftsman style home for as long as I can remember, so I'm guessing it is vintage 1950s or 1960s. I have used it for the past fifteen years, and truth be told, I beat it up a little, the base suffered a little water damage which peeled away some veneer on the left front base, and I scuffed up the frames around the wicker insets on the lower cabinet, but otherwise it is in quite good condition. That said, it is beautifully constructed and is well worth any touch-up you might give it. The glass has a rectangular etching in it, and the top has a very distinctive angular flare to it which is very attractive. We no longer have a use for or the space for it, so we're looking to find it a new home. Giving away for FREE so that the next owner has plenty of $$ left over for any touch-ups they'd like to make. Hutch is located near to Buffalo Creek, CO, about a 40 minute drive from the C-470/285 interchange, with the last few miles on bumpy forest road. Hutch is very heavy and the top does not appear to detach from the base. I can help you load, but if you bring a strong friend that'll be even better.
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