05:04PM | 08/03/07
Member Since: 08/02/07
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Beautiful full set of 1950's metal GE (Morton) kitchen cabinets! Pristine condition, one owner. No rust, no dents, just creamy off-white paint.

With counter tops, all base units measure approximately 36” High and 27” Deep. All wall mounted units measure approximately 27” High and 12” Deep. The depth graduates to approximately 15” at the top. Profile is angled

Wall Units each have three shelves and slide-by, rippled opaque glass doors.

Single Wall Unit left of sink is 24” wide and features two exterior glass knick-knack shelves

2 Wall Units to right of sink form the corner. Small one is approximately 20” Wide and the Large one is approximately 67” Wide.

The double-well porcelain Farmers Kitchen Sink with two drain spaces measures approximately 66” Wide x 25 ½ “ Deep. It’s base Unit has 4 Drawers including a cutting board and a bread box. The under sink cupboard features a covered, door mounted storage units with automatic lid opener. Wow! The smaller base unit left of the stove measures approximately 18” wide and has three drawers.

The base unit right of the stove is a corner unit with one drawer and a storage cupboard with two shelves, one on a slide out rack. Counter top is approximately 41” wide.

The base units left of the refrigerator is a corner unit, include a two shelf lazy Suzan; it measures approximately 67” of counter top with two large drawers and two double-wide storage cupboards, each with two shelves including a pull out rack.

The base unit shown in the basement is free standing and measures approximately 36” with 6 drawers – two smaller top drawers and four large bottom drawers. I don't know how to attach photos, so email me please. (sorry!)

The manufacturer is Morton. No shipping options available... U haul 'em before October 1, 2007. Located outside of Eau Claire, WI. Come get 'em before the snow flies! Entertaining offers starting 8/3/07.


12:26PM | 02/21/13
Hello, I realize that you posted this about 6 years ago. I'm looking for the same exact upper cabinets as i have them in my kitchen and one of the glass sliding doors broke. I realize you have probably sold these long ago - have you seen them sold anywhere else?

Janice Clement (in California)


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