Our crew is enamored by the unique design of this two-piece china hutch. We give respect to the heavy duty, over engineered American craftsmanship. The style is an interesting mix of mid-century modern and art deco design. The pyramid shaped top section tapers upward and is accented with geometric pillars that add to the architectural expression. This piece has a has a stately, masculine elegance. We can picture a Masonic Grand Poobah proudly displaying his ceremonial treasures.
Three single hinge and one bi-fold cabinet door make up the bottom section. Recessed oval door fronts feature hidden pulls, providing an uncluttered, modern look. The left cabinet space has a pull-out drawer with a lift-out, felt-lined cutlery holder.
Made by American of Martinsville, circa 1950s. This piece also looks much bigger in the photos than it is in real life. Check out the dimensions below, this could work great in a small home or condo.