Punched Tin Panel Spice Cabinets

spice-cabinet

This item is available only in my Chateaugay shop.

Kitchens with Adirondack or country themes now have the perfect accent piece; a spice cabinet.  This spice organizer is made of premium pine and has a front panel of tin that I hand punch in a variety of designs.  The panel is sealed for protection against corrosion, grease and water stains.  The cabinet is available in golden oak, cherry, dark pine, or walnut stains, and can also be finished with crackle paint.  Or, the cabinet can also be left unfinished so you can complete the look in your own personalized style.  The cabinet door has a porcelain knob and a magnetic latch.  Also available in a two door model.  This unique cabinet will be the talk of your kitchen.  Price: single door $130, double door $180.

3 Comments

  1. D Edmonds
    Posted September 20, 2011 at 7:27 pm | Permalink

    What are the measurements of punched tin spice cabinet and what does it have inside for shelving?

  2. Bill Dane
    Posted July 7, 2013 at 1:52 am | Permalink

    How can I buy your punched tin panel spice cabinet (at http://www.adkbaskets.com/470/punched-tin-panel-spice-cabinets), without visiting your shop in person, since I live in Virginia?

    • mick
      Posted July 9, 2013 at 1:52 am | Permalink

      Hi Bill,

      Thanks for your interest in my pieces. I normally do not ship the punched tin items as I have to do extra packing and reinforcement of the cabinet to keep tin from being damaged during shipping and that makes the cost of sending it more expensive. I’ve had problems with the tin panels in the past with USPS, UPS and FedEx…stuff gets handled pretty roughly at times..so I tend to overpack the pieces I do ship.

      Also, I am currently working on an order list that will take me well into September.

      If you did want to order, I could plan shipment for sometime after the third week of September. Also, I would invoice you now for the price of the cabinet with the understanding that once the piece is finished, I would prepare it for shipment and get an exact price for that and then invoice you just for the shipping. That way, I would only charge the exact amount for shipment rather than my estimating (which would most likely be higher than the actual amount).

      If you are still interested, let me know your stain preference and I will send a PayPal invoice for the cabinet price.

      Thanks again for your interest.

      Mick Jarvis

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