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BV001332

01:56PM | 06/15/13
Bvkitchen
I need a second St. Charles kitchen in order to accomplish my gargantuan task of installing a retro-fitted steel kitchen. The cabinets I currently have (taking up my entire dining room) are "L AQUA" but I am not picky about the color, I can have them repainted. PLEASE email me at osbornsmcm@gmail.com if you have a St. Charles kitchen you're taking out. I am located in Southern California, but will drive quite a distance to get your kitchen! Also, if what you have is a Geneva kitchen, still let me know. I have extra St. Charles handles and can use Geneva cabinets.

Knowleshill

01:52AM | 09/06/13
Member Since: 09/06/13
2 lifetime posts
I have a full set of St. Charles kitchen cabinets in butter yellow with maple doors on some of the uppers…gadgets galore…pots and pans cabinet, island cabinets, retractable rising spring loaded shelf for heavy appliance, partitioned drawers, vintage Thermador oven from same era, etc. I even have the original dated invoice 1952 for the kitchen. These cabinets came out of a 12,000sf 1927 mansion that updated its look in the 50′s and as much as we loved these cabinets, we took the kitchen back to a twenties look. Whoever buys these will have a top of the line vintage fifties kitchen for sure! We even have the sink, sink base, wall oven…you name it!! These are located 2 hrs from San Francisco, 2 hours from Fresno and 2 hours from Sacramento in the charming little town of Sonora, California. We are selling these as a set. Anyone interested? They would make a hot ticket laundry room too. Pics upon request

BV002327

08:34PM | 10/15/13
Here is the link:

http://goldcountry.craigslist.org/hsh/4131966776.html
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