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Cherry pie safe. A simple, modified-Shaker style with pierced-tin panels in the two front doors and a pair of storage drawers. Overall dimensions: 43"x16"x58" tall.
AMERICAN WOODWORKER #79 Apr 2000 pg. 70

Shaker pie safe combines pine cabinetry with punched copper panels in the door. Overall dimensions: 18"x14"x47" tall.
CANADIAN HOME WORKSHOP Dec 1998-Jan 1999 (v.22#3) pg. 22

Primitive "pie safe" cabinet. Overall dimensions: 40" tall, 25" wide, 14" deep. The pie storage area occupies only the top 21".
CANADIAN WORKSHOP May 1987 (v.10#8) pg. 52

Tips on what to use for the "tin" in decorative panels in a pie safe.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #216 Feb 1981 (v.31#2) pg. 6

Old-fashioned pie cabinet, with punched-tin panels in the doors, doubles as a stereo cabinet. Overall dimensions: 58" tall, 43" wide, 17" deep.
FAMILY HANDYMAN #350 Jul-Aug 1994 (v.44#7) pg. 70

A classic 18th-century pie safe you can build. Features punched tin panel inserts. Overall dimensions and basic construction are illustrated, but plans may be ordered.
MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED #679 Nov 1984 (v.80) pg. 72

Build a replica of an old-fashioned pie safe. The doors are fitted with punched tin panels.
MOTHER EARTH NEWS #85 Jan-Feb 1984 pg. 148

Build this colonial pie safe which features punched tin panels in the doors and sides of the cabinet. Est. cost: $100.
POPULAR MECHANICS Aug 1982 (v.158#2) pg. 90

Punched tin pie safe (38"x20"x60" high). Includes 12 tin panels and tapered legs.
POPULAR WOODWORKING #94 Jan 1997 (v.16#6) pg. 34

Pine pie safe (14"x20"x60" high) features 12 punched-tin panels, four in each side and four in the door.
WOOD MAGAZINE #53 Aug 1992 (v.9#5) pg. 47

Country pie safe features 6 punched-tin panels in two large frame-and-panel doors. The cabinet sides are wooden frame-and-panel construction. Two large storage drawers are located just below the top of this cabinet above the doors. Part of the goal was to produce a cabinet which looked like a well cared for antique. Overall dimensions: 40" wide, 14" deep, 55" high.
WOODSMITH #55 Feb 1988 pg. 12, 18, 20
Added Info WOODSMITH #57 Jun 1988 pg. 3

How to punch tin panels for use in a pie safe reproduction. Four patterns shown.
WOODSMITH #55 Feb 1988 pg. 18
Added Info WOODSMITH #57 Jun 1988 pg. 3

Pine pie safe features pierced tin panels. A reproduction in the Shaker mode also has adjustable shelves and a single storage drawer at the bottom of the cabinet. Dimensions: 51" tall, 38" wide and 19" deep. Built of #2 pine and plywood.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Mar-Apr 1980 (v.4#2) pg. 6

Country pie safe. Pine-framed cabinet is lined with punched-tin panels in the doors and sides. Overall dimensions: 54"x32"x14" deep.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Jul-Aug 1989 (v.13#4) pg. 27
Added Info WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL Nov-Dec 1989 (v.13#6) pg. 6

Country pie safe. This cabinet features two side-by-side drawers along the top and two frame-and-panel doors with punched-tin inserts. Overall dimensions: 39"x15"x46" tall.
WOODWORKER'S JOURNAL May-Jun 1993 (v.17#3) pg. 28

Three shelf "pie safe" includes perforated metal door panels and a narrow drawer across the bottom of the cabinet.
WORKBENCH Jan-Feb 1970 (v.26#1) pg. 26

Classic furniture series. No. 5. Lincoln pie safe is an authentic reproduction of the one built by Thomas Lincoln (circa 1840). Features six punched tin panels in the doors. Overall dimensions: 38" wide, 62" tall, 13" deep.
WORKBENCH Jul-Aug 1988 (v.44#4) pg. 26
Added Info WORKBENCH Sep-Oct 1988 (v.44#5) pg. 6, 10