This display hutch was built to showcase a small collection of tea pots or the like. Without the need to access its contents daily, only one door pull is in place. The smaller door can be opened once the first has been. Two small purpleheart drawers with osage orange pulls are tucked inside for small valuables. The carcass and legs are built using walnut from my stock of air dried lumber. The display bay is spalted horsechestnut from Greenough Park in Missoula. The leg stretchers are persimmon and ebony is used to pin certain joinery. I custom made the brass knife hinges and installed a hidden ebony door dampener to the underside of the cabinet top. This decorative piece would also feel at home at the end of any long hallway or entryway. Rooted as a Krenovian Piece, it speaks to the modern woodworking movement.