Refrigerator doors

Refrigerator doors

This color photograph shows an antique refrigerator in a tiled room. It is built into the bottom part of a wooden hutch. The brass latched doors are open and show metal cooling pipes behind shelf supports. The shelves have been removed. The interior side of the doors are made of white enamel. A china plate is just visible behind glass doors above.

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