This little dry sink is a very useful piece even in the homes of today. It is very nicely preserved and room ready. It probably dates from the teens to 1920's. The construction is wainscoting and pine, with a scalloped lower front edge. There are 2 doors. The left door has a wooden toggle inside to keep it closed, and the right one has a wooden knob. Someone added a roller catch inside so the doors snap shut and stay that way! There has been an inside step/shelf added recently which is removable. Dimensions of this dry sink are: 35 1/2" wide, 18 1/2" deep, and 30" tall. This very practical dry sink would be perfect to use for an entertainment center, your T.V. above and your DVD player and sound system below. Very attractive and fun!