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Amish Cambria Slats 4 in 1 Convertible Baby Crib

Price: $1780.00
Stain*
Hardwood*
Daybed Kit & Toddler Guard Rail
Full Bed Rails
Nightstand
6 Drawer Dresser / Baby Changer
8 Drawer Dresser / Baby Changer
Changing Tower
Baby Changing Tray
6 Drawer Chest
Armoire
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Kiln Dried Solid Wood
Authentic Amish Construction
Water-based Finishes & Paints Available
Made in America

FREE SHIPPING!

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Our Amish Cambria Slats 4 in 1 Convertible Baby Crib, shown here in QSWO, is artfully handcrafted by skilled Amish craftsmen, employing age-old practices.  Our furniture is made of solid wood, harvested responsibly here in the USA.  Our heirloom quality crib designs are convertible & can grow with your child into toddler beds, day beds & full beds.  This crib is sturdy enough to last through childhood and into adulthood, with classic designs that stand the test of time.  Available in your choice of standard or formaldehyde free finishes & paints.  Made in Ohio.

Our changing tables/dressers/chests come standard with dovetail drawers & full extension drawer slides and are all handmade of the same quality hardwoods as our cribs.  Each table is conveniently designed to be used as a changing table until your child is old enough, simply remove the baby changing tray & it looks great in a child's room.  We are happy to customize any finish, paint or hardware - please contact us to discuss details.  All of our Amish furniture is handcrafted and hand assembled by skilled Amish craftsmen in the USA.

Our Amish Convertible Baby Cribs are made entirely of solid wood & use no composite wood materials.  However, the drawer bottoms & backs of our Amish case goods are made of non toxic, FSC certified, formaldehyde free PureBond Hardwood Plywood.  PureBond plywood is compliant with US Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) standards, earning one point for LEED®'s EQ Credit 4.4 for Low Emitting Materials: Composite Wood.  PureBond Plywood also satisfies the emissions standards of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Phase 2 regulations, the highest standards in the United States.  Alternatively, case goods can be built entirely of solid wood; please contact us if interested.

- Hand made in America
- Authentic Amish workmanship
- Kiln dried solid wood
- Mortise & tenon joints
- Dovetail drawers
- Ball bearing drawer slides
- Available in standard or formaldehyde free finishes & paints
- Detailed, step by step assembly instructions included
- Veneer free
- Plywood free
- Particle board free
- Pressed wood free
- MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) free
- Fits standard baby crib mattresses
- Adjustable mattress heights
- Powder coated heavy gauge mattress support made in Ohio
- Converts to day bed & toddler bed with optional rails
- Converts to full bed with optional rails
- CPSC 16CFR1219 compliant
- Conforms to ASTM F1169-11 standards
- Federally certified, independent, third party lab tested & approved


PLEASE NOTE:
* Each item is custom made to order & may take 8-12 weeks to complete, plus packing/shipping time
* ETAs vary by season; please email us for current estimate
* Our products ship only in the contiguous USA
* Free Shipping is a curbside only service.  It is not Inside Delivery
* Inside Delivery (assembly for all items except crib, room placement & debris removal) is available.  If interested, contact us for a quote

Dimensions (case goods can be customized):

Crib Exterior:   60" W x 34.5" D x 45" H
Nightstand:   23" W x 19" D x 26.5" H
6 Drawer Dresser:   64" W x 19" D x 33.25" H
8 Drawer Dresser:   64" W x 19" D x 40.5" H
Mirror:   33" W x 40" H
Baby Changing Tower:     57" W x 19" D x 41" H
6 Drawer Chest:   40" W x 19" D x 48" H
Armoire:   40" W x 19" D x 68" H


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