Circa 1880 - This Eastlake style pine dry sink comes from Williamsport, PA. We know this thanks to the large ink stamp that can still be made out on its back. It has a molded top over one long drawers, two short drawers, and a cabinet. It also has a backsplash. It also possesses Knapp joints on all the drawers. These joints were in use from the late 1860s until around 1900. It's a great piece that could be used as a night stand or as a sideboard for storage in a kitchen or bathroom.
Condition: This piece is in excellent condition. It looks to be all original. There are some minor dings, scratches, and other surface imperfections that one would expect to find on a piece that's roughly 130 years old. Please ask if you'd like additional pics.
Dimensions: 34"H x 33"W x 20"D These include backsplash and overhang. If you're concerned about dimensions, please ask me about the specifics.