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Mid-Century European Hutch - $500 (fern ridge area)

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condition: excellent
size / dimensions: 18'' x 42''x 77''
This piece was donated to us and its country of origin is unknown. My best guess is "Dutch." The wood appears to be some kind of oak.
I've schlepped a lot of antique furniture in my life but for its size, this piece is the heaviest I've known. If you come to buy, bring two strong men.
Probably made in 50's or 60's, it's compact size a good fit for small apartments or townhouse, the barn-type cabinet doors adding a rustic charm,
Full price goes to local cat shelter and is tax-deductible.
$500 or best donation offer.
We need this for "Twiggy," a starving and too-young-in-heat stray from Coburg. In the 40 years of cat rescue my partner said it was the skinniest cat she'd ever seen.
Just like a supermodel, cat threw up everything she ate.
Twiggy has since been spayed during which time she underwent surgery to clear an intestinal blockage.
Now recovering and gaining weight, she's perfectly house trained, very affectionate, still under a year old, and ready for adoption soon.
Every pet owner knows of the high cost of vet services these days, and even with our non-profit discount still spent over a thousand to save this life, so either buying the hutch or adopting "Twig" would really help out.
Hey! How about both?

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