|Product Type: Standard||Style: Traditional|
|Finish: Natural||Hardware Finish: Nickel-plated|
|Gloss Finish: Yes||Frame Material: Wood|
|Hardware Material: Stainless steel||Number of Items Included: 2|
|Pieces Included: 2 shelves||Solid Wood Construction: Yes|
|Non-Toxic: Yes||Shelving Included: Yes|
|Doors Included: No||Drawers Included: No|
|Wheels Included: No||Lighting Included: No|
|Orientation: Tall||Back Panel: Open|
|Foldable: No||Handpainted: No|
|Mobile: No||Wall Recessed: No|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 30 Days|
|OSHA Compliant: Yes||CARB Compliant: Yes|
|FSC Certified: Yes||ANSI BIFMA Compliant: Yes|
Catskill Craftsmen is located in Stamford, New York, a small rural village nestled in the northern sections of the Catskill Mountains, at the headwaters of both the Schoharie and Delaware rivers.
Catskill Craftsmen began operations in 1948, and has developed over the years, becoming the nation's leading manufacturer of RTA (ready to assemble) hardwood kitchen islands, carts, and work-centers. The company is privately held, and takes great pride in its products and services.
Sixty dedicated employees work hard to insure that our products are delivered rapidly and meet your satisfaction. Catskill's manufactured items are made from naturally self-sustaining, non-endangered North American hardwoods, primarily birch and hard rock maple. Lumber is purchased from area sawmills, then dried, manufactured, and packaged on site. All sawdust, shavings and waste materials generated during the manufacturing process is converted into wood pellet fuel, and used to heat homes. Catskill is proud to say, "our operations generate no wood waste".
Catskill is also a leading manufacturer of exclusive, private label kitchen workcenters for the trade. Their products are described as "high quality at fair prices".
Call us if you have questions about Catskill products. We're here to help!
NOTE: This product is subject to a minimum order quantity of 2
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