I posted this earlier and realized I may have posted it in the wrong section sorry!!
It has one glass door that has two stenciled red lines painted from the inside of the glass door and it has three shelves. The glass door has a red plastic knob not sure if this is melamine? In the center of the plastic pull knob it has a small metal silver star holding it in place through the wood. Under the glass door and shelves it has one drawer with a single red plastic pull. It does have the same silver stars holding it in place on each side of the drawer pull. Also below the drawer is two small wooden covered doors each has it?s own red plastic knob with the silver metal stars holding them in place it contains two shelves behind the wooden covered doors. It is wood construction with the exception of the very back of the piece that has a heavy type press board. It does have two stamps located on the back of the piece. One says Union Made in Kansas City Missouri with the number 44 also it does have one other stamped ink mark on the back that might possibly be a part number? It is 1P51A.8 I believe. I took pictures of each stamp and one of the front of the piece as a whole. It was I believe painted off white originally? It does have a scalloped top piece. It was purchased 1 week ago from an estate sale in Benton, AR. I purchased it from the daughter of the previous owner according to her (she was in her mid to late 60?s in age) it was her mother's piece and before that it belonged to her great grandmother. I am not sure of the age, but if I had to guess maybe 1930 to 1940? I have done a lot of research but have not been able to locate any information on the piece. Below is a link attatched with the pics of the piece and the marks on the back. http://s1009.photobucket.com/albums/af217/mustangsally2_2009/Kitchen%20Hutch%20or%20Cupboard/