Large Copper Inset Veggie Bin
Product number: H1909N-WVB-38674
- Solid Hardwood Construction
- Copper Inset on Top Door
- Raised Panel Doors
- Round Wood Knob Hardware
- Available Unfinished
- 18 1/4 W x 13 1/4 D x 40 H
The Large Copper Inset Veggie Bin is the best way to store your fruits and vegetables in your kitchen.
We created a compartment behind each raised panel wood door plus one beneath the copper inset top door. This means your produce will be kept dry, at room temperature – and beyond the reach of bugs and other critters. Also, you can use the top cubicle for bread, pastries and the like – instead of produce.
Check out the copper inset top door and the raised panel doors with round knob hardware. Because these features help this piece of solid hardwood furniture enhance the look and feel of your kitchen or dining room.
Another great feature of the Large Copper Inset Veggie Bin is its construction. Fact is, the best cabinetmakers in the Midwest – Amish men – handcraft each veggie bin. Also, our Amish artisans use quality materials, plus select regional hardwoods. Like oak, cherry, maple and hickory. No wonder the veggie bin is sturdy, durable – and heirloom-quality!
You can order the Large Copper Inset Veggie Bin as shown or unfinished. Or, we can customize it to fit your preferences. For example, you can specify the wood specie, finish and hardware. What’s more, you can specify the type of material to be used in the doors (mesh wire, louver or raised panels).
How to Order the Large Copper Inset Veggie Bin
Ready for a quote? Click on the “Customize This Product” link. And tell us your choices for hardware, wood specie/finish and other options. Also, to make your selections easier, click on the “Customize” drop-down button. And check out the options for stains and finishes as well as hardware. Then click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. Live relatively close to Shipshewana, Indiana? Visit our store. And explore our wide assortment of Amish-built furniture for yourself.
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