Posted by Susan Berge, Editorial Assistant
Constructed by Amish craftsmen, specializing in wood furniture, jelly cabinets were usually made of wood and sporting multiple, shallow shelves to hold jarred goods. Jam cupboards were found in many American households. Using a jelly cupboard during the 19th century entailed placing the jam and jelly jars inside to ensure proper storage.
This piece is marked, “Amish crafted” and “Borkholder”
As you can see, it needs some TLC but if you choose to refurbish the piece, it will be an awesome addition to your household.
Condition: Structurally, it’s in very good, used condition. Visually, you’ll see there are significant water stains, although they don’t detract from the cabinet’s usability.
Dimensions: 48″ high x 26″ wide x 14 1/2″ deep
FIRM Price: $115.00, plus 5.5% Maine State Sales Tax of $6.33, for a total of $121.33.
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Location: Lewiston, Maine. We no longer have a bricks & mortar store but this item can be picked up at the offices of our other business which is located in Lewiston. We’ll gladly make arrangements when you contact us regarding the item!
First Come, First Served Policy: We apologize, but because of several recent unhappy experiences, we can no longer hold merchandise without payment. We’d love to have you purchase this item either by paying via PayPal using the Payment blocks at the end of this page, or by calling Linda directly at 207-740-2247. Only then can we hold the item for you.
Shipping & Delivery: Free local pickup at our Lewiston office. Delivery to your location may be possible for a minimum $10.00 fee. More details can be found in the second Payment block at the end of this page. Shipping is not available for this item.
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Special Orders. If there’s something you’re looking for – whether it’s antique, vintage or contemporary; furniture, art, spiritual (ancients, indigenous, other), tools, collectibles, funky, or what-have-you— we’re happy to search out such items. Presuming they’re available in your price range, condition and so forth, we can obtain the item and if you purchase it immediately, we’ll take 25% off what would otherwise be our retail price. We won’t bid on something without checking with you first, unless we’re positive we can sell it anyway! Give Linda a call at 207-740-2247.
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An Amish Crafted Jelly Cabinet – local pick up
Maine Residents, or Out of State Residents Purchasing the Item Here in Maine: $115.00 + $6.33 sales tax = $121.33. Sorry, shipping is not available for this item unless you are willing to pay significant costs compared with its value. If so, please contact Linda at 207.740.2247.
An Amish Crafted Jelly Cabinet – within our delivery area
As we travel throughout Maine (and sometimes the rest of New England), we may be able to deliver your purchase for a small fee if you can meet us immediately along our planned route. This must be arranged by calling Linda at 207-740-2247. The minimum charge is $10.00 which can be paid below. $115.00 for product purchase, plus $6.33 Maine State Sales Tax, plus $10.00 delivery is $131.63. If we must deviate from our route, please add $1.98 per additional mile. For example, if you are 5 miles off our route, the charge would be 5 x $1.98 or S9.90. Because this site doesn’t allow for varying mileage options, this fee will have to be paid separately when arranging the delivery, by calling Linda at 207.740.2247.