Additional Information: A rectangular cupboard for tabletop or floor use. Single raised
panel door above drawer. The interior with three shelves is papered with a Civil War era
newspaper. Fine faux graining, black against red, nice dry patina. Ex Yankee Smuggler
[Ted and Carole Hayward] collection; 1982…then to private Long Island collection.
A nice small cupboard, the crown molding above a single door
featuring two recessed panels; the whole resting on cutout feet joined by ogee profile,
the sides with half round cutout. Original surface history, white overpaint removed
exposing a beautiful and original first coat of blue paint. Great size and presence.
Projecting crown molding featuring subtle decoration over two pair of raised panel doors
retaining original hardware; the whole raised on a molded base resting on bracket feet.
The interior is fitted with four case conforming shelves; interior retains original red paint
in dry patina; original backboards. Ex-Roger Bacon (1970s) Very good condition,
extremely minor foot repairs commensurate with age and use. A rare and fine cupboard
displaying superb proportions. (Height: 72"; width: 48"; depth: 12.75")
A county cupboard cleaned down to blue paint, one of several surfaces. The upper- and
lower-case feature applied border moldings. The case is nicely canted and is raised on
simple cutout French style feet, double half round side cutouts. The upper section
glazed doors have been retrofitted, they were likely blind doors with fielded panels
before grandpa long ago modernized the look for Ma. The uppermost shelf is missing,
other very minor imperfections. (Height: 79"; width: 45"; base depth: 19.75"; step back
bottom: 14" depth: step back top: 11.25" depth)
Robust crown and base moldings centering eight molded fielded panels; wood peg
joinery; the door is set within paneled rails and retains original engraved wrought iron
lock, escutcheon and large strap hinges. The double paneled door is flanked by canted
double paneled sides. The interior contains two fixed shelves. (Height: 48"; width: 27")
Very good condition, any minor bits of commensurate with age and use.
The crown molding above pair of raised panel doors over a rarely encountered drawer
which is congruent with door width; interior of top section features the deck and two
shelves above. The lower case having single door contains a single full depth under a
half depth shelf, and of course the floor. The whole raised on a molded base resting on
shaped bracket feet. Successful proportions and form, competent joinery, handmade
rosehead and “T”- head nails. The turned wood door and drawer pulls are original as
are the door hinges. The proper left side of cupboard displays early gray paint…guess
they didn’t want to move it. Overall height: 76-75"; base height: 36.25"; base width: 42";
base depth: 18"; top width: 41.5"; top depth: 10.75".
A sophisticated rural interpretation featuring a small oval mirror set within the door.
Not seen employed by country cabinet makers are the diamond pointed astragal
moldings possible inspired by the Chinese Chippendale taste. The interior is fitted with
two shelves set within dado joints. The lock is missing as is one section of molding
which we can have professionally restored. (Height: 30"; width: 19"; depth: 7.75"0 )
Gumwood with walnut stiles, Original magnificent feet, shelved interior w/ drawer
Three pieces, crown molding, case and base on platform feet. Complex and outstanding crown molding, magnificent feet, terrific surface…The deep and outstanding projecting cove molding above two long molded and paneled doors flanked by stiles ornamented with applied moldings above lower case containing a pair of aligned short drawers [also molded]. The case is raised on original front feet; rear feet were likely compromised very early in its working life; the present shaped rear feet were added during the late eighteenth or very early nineteenth century.
(Crown molding: 74 x 27.75”, case: 59.25 x 20.75”, base: 62.5 x 22.5”)
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