|The entire cabinet is solid oak and oak panel construction, just like the original. The paneled cabinet sides and all four doors are held together with a sturdy coped joint. The drawers are securely held together by dovetailed joints. The doors and drawers utilize a 3/8" overlapping lip to keep out dust.
The porcelain top pulls out for additional counter space when rolling out dough or preparing a meal. The baked-on porcelain wipes clean and won’t absorb colors or odors. The porcelain tops are only available in solid white.
This Hoosier also includes the solid oak legs, with brass leg skirts and ant traps, wooden casters, sliding lower oak shelf, large adjustable shelf in upper cabinet area, two solid oak tambour doors, smooth-rolling drawer slides, tin flour bin, tin sugar bin, carousel spice rack with jars.
The Oak Hoosier Cabinet is available in all stains in Woods and Stains.
The tin is safe for food, but cleaning of them completely is almost impossible, the company that makes the hardware prefers to just say they are unsafe. However, we know of many people that use them every day, and our Amish have been using them for years, as did your grandmother or great grandmother.
The Hoosier Cabinet measures 75 3/4" H x 41 3/4" W x 27" D, and weighs approximately 250 lbs.
The porcelain top is 27"D x 41" W, but the actual work space on the top is 22.5"D x 41"W because a small part of it is under the top for support. The porcelain tops are only available in solid white.
Sorry to announce that the Hoosier cabinet is no longer available for sale as of August 1, 2014.
This picture shows the bottom of
the Hoosier with the pull-out shelf,
and the four drawers.
This picture shows in more detail
the top of the Hoosier with the
tambour doors open.