Weatherford II Clifton China Cabinet
ST:706395
$1,999.99 $1,499.99 $ 1499.99

In Stock

in stock

Images

Weatherford II Clifton China Cabinet
ONLINE CREDIT APPLICATION

Interested in financing? Fill out our simple online application.

Apply Now

Weatherford II Clifton China Cabinet

Details

Weatherford II Clifton China Cabinet
ST:706395
$1,999.99 $1,499.99 $ 1499.99

Add to cart options

In Stock

in stock

Product Actions

$1,499.99

Promotions

Description

The Weatherford II Clifton China Cabinet is the perfect piece to keep those irreplaceable items in pristine condition. This piece features a warm heather brown finish and is crafted of New Zealand Pine and hardwoods.

-Four adjustable shelves
-Two doors
-Top two shelves are wood-framed glass shelves
-Bottom two shelves are wood shelves
-Two can lights


Inspired by the casual surroundings of the American farmhouse, the Weatherford collection by Kincaid blends timeless simple style with exceptional craftsmanship. Weatherford is made from solid New Zealand Pine. It takes a number of design and construction techniques from the early wood workers. One example is the uneven board lay-up that shows off the individual pieces of solid wood that make up each part of the furniture.

Specifications

Width 0.0
Depth 0.0
Height 0.0
Weight 0
ONLINE CREDIT APPLICATION

Interested in financing? Fill out our simple online application.

Apply Now

Additional Information

Description

The Weatherford II Clifton China Cabinet is the perfect piece to keep those irreplaceable items in pristine condition. This piece features a warm heather brown finish and is crafted of New Zealand Pine and hardwoods.

-Four adjustable shelves
-Two doors
-Top two shelves are wood-framed glass shelves
-Bottom two shelves are wood shelves
-Two can lights


Inspired by the casual surroundings of the American farmhouse, the Weatherford collection by Kincaid blends timeless simple style with exceptional craftsmanship. Weatherford is made from solid New Zealand Pine. It takes a number of design and construction techniques from the early wood workers. One example is the uneven board lay-up that shows off the individual pieces of solid wood that make up each part of the furniture.