Includes: where to buy a hoosier-style cabinet, anatomy of a hoosier cabinet, antique baking cabinet manufacturers, and identifying an authentic antique hoosier-style cabinet. As you shop, you’ll see examples made out of various wood species like pine or oak, as well as enameled metal. Although most of these Indiana built cabinets are called ‘Hoosier Cabinets,’ there were many makers of kitchen cabinets including: Sellers, McDougall, Boone, Wilson, Napanee, Kitchen Maid, Diamond, Landau, and Hopper. Thus supplanted, the Hoosier largely disappeared. They remain common on the antique market, however, and are still used as supplemental cabinets.
A Baker’s Cabinet has loosely been refered to as a Hoosier cabinet due to the large number sold by The Hoosier Manufacturing Company in the 1900’s. This beautiful Hoosier Cabinet is a reproduction of an original that was popular in the early 1900’s. This Hoosier Cabinet is handcrafted using Solid Oak Wood and is finished in a rich golden oak or a dark oak finish. Item Details. An antique Hoosier dome top cabinet, in oak, with rounded arched top with paneled curved stile cabinet doors, silver tone metal knobs and unpainted backboard.
Hoosier Oak 1915 Antique Kitchen Pantry Cupboard, Flour Sifter & Roll Top. Ohio Oak & Walnut 1880 Antique Corner Cupboard or Cabinet, Wavy Glass. Hoosier 1915 Antique Oak Roll Top Kitchen Cabinet, Porcelain Top, Flour Sifter. This is an antique Hoosier cabinet and it still has the furniture manufacturer tag on the back. It has an enamel pull out counter top in excellent condition.
Z’s Antiques & Restorations
Exact replacement for the removable oak leg used on many Hoosier brand cabinets. Overall Height: 7 Package contains one bracket set with mounting bolts.