This Pie Safe is a reproduction of one typically found in the 1800's and early 1900's. Throughout the 19th century into the first decade of the 20th century the distinguished Pie Safe served households all over the country. Weekly baking of bread, cakes, cookies and pies were stored in a "Pie Safe" which was a ventilated with decorative Pierced-Tin Panels that kept out the critters and allowed air to flow through so the baked goodies would not get moldy. See "COUNTRY FURNITURE ICONS".
Features of this Pie Safe include two doors and four drawers. Behind the doors are three large shelves. In addition, there are a total of twelve Pierced-Tin Panels which were a distinguishing feature of the Pie Safe.
This Pie Safe is crafted of Solid Oak or Pine, depending on your selection. Pine is normally finished with Milk Paints and Oak in a colored stain of your choice.
Other woods and finishes are available. See WOODS/FINISHES for details.
This piece will accent any room. It can be used for extra storage or to display some of your special collectibles.