New England Flat Wall Cupboard
In Original Pumpkin Paint
Early 19th Century
As depicted, a flat wall cupboard; the picture-frame molding centering four recessed panel doors that open to reveal five interior shelves. Sides are also molded. Great color and surface quality; original hardware and turned wood door-pulls. Paint on left side thinning; we had one small ear of stile freshened with all else original and fine. (Height: 80 inches; width: 40.75 inches; depth: 18 inches.)
Jelly Cupboard, Old Paint, Peg Construction
Probably Hudson River Valley
A small example in great surface featuring six shelves
The rectangular pine case with molded front corners is raised on cutout feet and features applied molding above the removable two-board door with nicely molded edges and double tapered interior inset tapered battens. The door hangs on original iron pintle hinges that retain leather washers; iron slide-bolt latch appears to be original. The surface has character, early 19th century green paint over original red paint with great patina. The tongue-and-groove backboards are affixed with rose-head nails. The case is raised on cutout feet, the side profile slightly arched; the rear feet show more wear than front. It appears that a horizontal base molding is missing and the cupboard shows wear from use otherwise fine.
(H: 61"; W: 33"; D: 17.5".)
Hanging Corner Cupboard
Late 18th Century
Butternut and pine, old surface
Crown molding above 6-light door hung from rat-tai hinges.
The drawer conforms to case and is of dovetail construction.
Dimensions: 51.25" H, 20" D, 37" W.
Cupboard, Hanging Cupboard, Original Red
The case with cornice features a pair of molded recessed-panel-doors set within beaded opening; interior with four shelves. Beautiful dry red surface; dimensions: 36" H, 37.25" W, 13.5" D.
BLUE PAINT...dry patina
First-half 19th century
As depicted, a desirable provincial aesthetic...the open-top with two shelves resting on cleats affixed with clinched nails...the exposed original ship-lapped backboards in natural color have great patina. Lower case with a pair of simple board-doors hung on butt hinges. This one piece cupboard remains in a high state of originality. (Height: 73.75 inches; top section height: 40.75 inches; width: 50.75 inches; depth: 17.75 inches.)
Corner cupboard...double case construction having broken-arch pediment above the arched glazed door enclosing an interior with three shelves fitted for cutlery and having grooved plate rails. The lower section with a pair of recessed paneled doors...the case with applied turned and split moldings raised on turned ball feet. (Height: 95 inches; width: 45 inches; depth: 26.5 inches.)
Cupboard, Flat Wall, Architectural
Soft gray period paint, great dry surface
The outstanding cyma-recta crown molding above the case with boldly beaded-corners; door with three beaded interior cleats hangs from period "H" hinges affixed by rose-head nails. It appears that the hinges were refreshed long ago during the cupboards early period of use; door opens to reveal three shelves and original red paint; terrific tool marks. This cupboard is designed to be installed with proper right side against wall. (H: 74 1/8"; W: 32"; D: 19 1/8".)
Paneled Step Back Cupboard
Old paint, original "H" hinges
White Pine - SOLD
A one-piece cupboard featuring paneled doors hung from original hinges; brass hardware appears to be original. The cupboard was long ago cleaned revealing original surface history; green paint. The interior with early 19th century thinning mustard paint over green. It appears that the cupboard may have lost a small molding at top with all else generally excellent. (Height: 81 inches; width: 65.5 inches; base depth: 18.75 inches; top depth: 9.5 inches.)
740-2 - SOLD
Paint Decorated Jelly Cupboard
1st Half 19th Century
Poplar and white pine
The simple case raised on cutout feet features a pair of paneled doors within beaded molding that open to reveal three fixed shelves.
Dimensions: 60.5-inches high, 38-inches wide, 19-inches deep.
Cherry - SOLD
Dimensions: 92-inches high, 42-inches wide, 20.5-inches deep.
295-31 - SOLD
Cupboard, Step Back
Rare small size
The top case with two doors, each with six lights above lower section with single double-paneled door...the whole raised on outstanding applied bracket base. This piece is clean, small and has a wonderful dry surface. (Overall height: 79 inches; width: 47.75 inches; depth: 18.5 inches.)
Small Hanging Cupboard
Dimensions: 23.25-inches high, 13.875-inches wide, 8.5-inches deep.
Painted Server Cupboard
1st Half 19th Century
The scalloped gallery above the case which is of mortis and tenon construction and features flat panels; two short drawers above a pair of conforming paneled doors...the whole raised on a molded base standing on turned turnip feet. This cupboard remains in excellent original condition with left proper side base molding restored; left proper rear foot extended and brasses are period replacements.
Dimensions: 51.5-inches high, 43.25-inches wide, 19-inches deep.