Clark’s ONT Sewing Spool Storage Cabinet
Clark’s ONT Spool Cabinet
Featured here is this early 1900’s Clark’s ONT spool cabinet.
This early 1900’s oak Clark’s cabinet has five drawers; four with glass fronts. All of the drawers function properly.
Clark’s was established in 1864 by brother’s George and William Clark; Newark, New Jersey. The Clark brother’s invented O.N.T. (Our New Thread) around 1880.
Clark’s merged with another spool cabinet manufacturer, J & P Coats, in 1952.
This Clark’s ONT spool cabinet is structurally solid and ready to be shipped to your home.
The oak grain really stands out. Please view the pictures as they are an important part of
Condition details: some loss of finish; thin-line separation; scratches and other minor blemishes; one drawer has bruising to the glass front; decals have some loss.
The spool cabinet and drawers will be shipped separate boxes.
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