Amish Small Pine Wood Pie Safe with Tin Doors
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Amish Small Pie Safe with Tins
Pie Safe’s were introduced by the Pennsylvania Germans in the 19th century. It was originally used to store pies and other baked good before the invention of the refrigerator which is where its name is derived from. The punched tin was traditionally used for ventilation to help keep the baked goods fresh. This reproduction piece will be a great addition to your colonial style home! This handsome single door Pie Safe with hand punched tin doors is handcrafted by the Amish.
This pie safe has two adjustable shelves inside and a variety of tin options.
This antique look pine pie safe has decorative tin doors that add that special touch. Call to receive finish samples 1-866-272-6773.
Depth: 12 3/4"
Weight: 40 lbs.
Interior Cabinet Dimensions:
Premium Grade Eastern Pine Wood
Note: Pine wood naturally has knots and character marks
- Stained Finish
- Primitive Painted Finish (No Beating Up the Wood Like Distressed Antique Finish)
- Two Tone Finish
- Distressed Antique Finish with Worm Holes, Cracks, Dents, Wear Spots, Glazed
- With or Without Varnish
2 Fixed Shelves
Solid Eastern White Pine Construction
Backs Are Fastened With Screws
Tack Slides on Feet
Distressing and Antiquing
Shown in Buttermilk Painted Finish
Shipping & Lead Time
*Please allow additional time for product transfers, finishing, and shipping.