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18th Century Hooded Cupboard, Mohawk Valley, New York, Original Salmon-Red Paint
Outstanding Form & Surface, Small Size, Spectacular, Salmon-Red Painted Surface
Date/Period: Circa 1790


18th Century Hooded Cupboard, Mohawk Valley, New York, Original Salmon-Red Paint Outstanding Form & Surface, Small Size, Spectacular, Salmon-Red Painted Surface, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 72"; width; 51.5"; upper depth: 11.25"; lower depth: 21"

Material: Pine

Condition: See report within “additional information” section below.

Additional Information: Step-back dresser with lollipop returns flanking shelf. A
projecting cornice molding surmounts chip-carved dental detailed facia centered by
cyma reversa [ogee] ends creating a most unusual hooded open compartment/shelf.
Upper and lower sections each feature a pair of recessed panel doors flanking
stationary center panels…all within horizontal and vertical applied moldings. The upper
and lower upper and lower sections each contain a single fullwidth shelf. The case is
raised on high cutout feet, a continuum of stiles; demilune side cutouts.

The back and side planks once extended a short distance above the top,
probably ensuring that objects were securely stored on the top of the
cupboard. These extensions were removed during the cupboards early life
facilitating a level top. The cupboard stands at original full height. The front has
not been altered in any way as evidenced by the projecting cornice molding
ornamenting fascia.

Tool witness marks caused by the saw used in the process are evident on the
top board as is the original surface; original nail holes are present [from securing
the backboards to the top] further supporting the fact that the cupboard remains
at full height.

There is evidence of a dovetailed molding (probably a spoon rack), within the
top section, which was removed, possibly because it interfered with standing
plates, and other storage. As is often found additional nails have been added to
backboards. It appears that one of the applied moldings on the base was long
ago replaced. Right proper vertical molding on lower case appears to be an old
replacement. All else fine.

This is one of the most outstanding early American cupboards of its type to present
itself on the market, comparable or superior to extant in American institutions. Picked
from a home in the Mohawk region decades ago.

P.O.R, please call or email David at drh@aaawt.com

362-24


18th Century Hooded Cupboard, Mohawk Valley, New York, Original Salmon-Red Paint Outstanding Form & Surface, Small Size, Spectacular, Salmon-Red Painted Surface, entire view 2

18th Century Hooded Cupboard, Mohawk Valley, New York, Original Salmon-Red Paint Outstanding Form & Surface, Small Size, Spectacular, Salmon-Red Painted Surface, entire view 3



Corner Cupboard, Hanging, Original Red Paint, Reeded Moldings, Raised Panel
Mid-Atlantic, Pennsylvania or New Jersey
Date/Period: Circa 1800


Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, entire view

Measurement: Height: 37.375"; Overall width: 36.25"; side: 20.875"; depth: 20"

Material: White pine, red paint

Condition: Very good, great surface

Additional Information: Reeded crown molding above case featuring mortise and
tenon joined raised panel door flanked by applied fluted stiles…slightly projecting
bottom molding. The interior contains three shelves; interior/exterior surfaces are
outstanding as is patina.

$2,100.00

1256-121


Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, entire view 2

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, entire view 3

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, top view

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, bottom view

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, back view

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 2

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 3

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 4

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 5



Cupboard, Original Blue Paint, Raised Panel Doors, Massachusetts
Mitered case
Date/Period: Circa 1750


Cupboard, Original Blue Paint, Raised Panel Doors, Massachusetts Mitered case, entire view

Measurement: Height: 78"; width: 43.25"; depth: 18"

Material: White pine

Condition: Very good, expertly cleaned to strong traces of soft blue paint, wonderful
wear pattern.

Additional Information: Robust cornice molding over a pair of raised panel doors hung
on original undisturbed hinges…the whole raised on cutout feet. The interior, featuring
five shelves with plate grooves was never painted and displays a wonderful surface.

$4,250.00

956-18


Cupboard, Original Blue Paint, Raised Panel Doors, Massachusetts Mitered case, entire view 2



Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size
Date/Period: Early 19th Century


Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 36.5"; width: 23.5"; depth: 11.25"

Material: Poplar

Condition: Excellent original condition, missing interior lock, else fine

Additional Information: The case featuring applied top and bottom moldings and a
single battened door displays a desirable red painted surface in dry patina. The interior
is fitted with a pair of side-by-side short drawers beneath a single shelf.

$2,950.00

1256-90


Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, entire view 2

Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, entire view 3

Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, entire view 4

Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, detail view 1

Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, detail view 2

Hanging Wall Cupboard in Original Red Paint, New England, Great Size, detail view 3



Hanging Cupboard, Shaped Galley, Paint Decorated, Original Surface, Signed, Vermont
Enosburg Falls, Vermont
Poplar, original as found condition - SOLD


Antique Paint Decorated Hanging Cupboard with Shaped Galley, Vermont, angle view

(H: 18”, W: 26.25”, D: 10.75”)

SOLD

955-9


Antique Paint Decorated Hanging Cupboard with Shaped Galley, Vermont, entire view
Antique Paint Decorated Hanging Cupboard with Shaped Galley, Vermont, open view



Early Small Tabletop Cupboard with Drawer, Original Paint History, Blue
Probably New England
Date/Period: Circa 1800


Early Small Tabletop Cupboard with Drawer, Original Paint History, Blue Probably New England, entire view

Measurement: Height: 9.25"; width: 6"; depth: 5.5"

Material: Pine, early blue over robins’ egg blue…over salmon red paint, great surface

Condition: Very good, small losses to upper corners of drawer

Additional Information: Intended for table or desktop use, interior of drawer displays
ink stains. This little Federal period cupboard features a carved 9-panel door opening to
an interior retaining original robins’ egg blue and salmon paint. The fitted interior
features a single shelf…the front edge ornamented with a demilune [porringer] flanked
by scalloping. Interestingly the back of drawer face is bowed; simple lap construction
joined with rosehead nails. Original brass hardware.

$2,100.00

532-157


Early Small Tabletop Cupboard with Drawer, Original Paint History, Blue Probably New England, entire view 2

Early Small Tabletop Cupboard with Drawer, Original Paint History, Blue Probably New England, entire view 3

Early Small Tabletop Cupboard with Drawer, Original Paint History, Blue Probably New England, entire view 4



18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior
Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York
Date/Period: Circa 1785


18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York, entire view 1

Measurement:Height: 90.5"; width: 51.5"; depth: 20.5"

Material: Pine, thinning red wash

Condition: Very Good, our restorer repair back-corner foot

Additional Information: Molded cornice over molded case having a pair of glazed
doors retaining original glass; blue painted interior features three scalloped selves…all
over a pair of recessed panel doors. Very good color and patina. Although of generous
proportion the glazed doors display great verticality offering a well-proportioned
aesthetic.

$3,250

424-349


18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York, entire view 2

18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York, entire view 3

18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York, detail view 1

18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York, detail view 2

18th Century Corner Cupboard, 24 Lights, Blue Painted Interior Found years ago, in the Mohawk Valley of New York, back view



Small Paint Decorated Country Cupboard with Drawer
Date/Period: 19thCentury


Small Paint Decorated Country Cupboard with Drawer, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 27.75"; width: 22"; depth: 12.75"

Condition: Very good original condition

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.

$1,500.00

1298-3


Small Paint Decorated Country Cupboard with Drawer, entire view 2

Small Paint Decorated Country Cupboard with Drawer, entire view 3

Small Paint Decorated Country Cupboard with Drawer, entire view 4



Step Back Cupboard, Raised Panel Doors, Soft Greenish Gray Paint
New England
Date/Period: Early 19th Century - SOLD


Step Back Cupboard, Raised Panel Doors, Soft Greenish Gray Paint New England, entire view

Measurement: Height: 72.25"; width: 43"; upper depth: 12.25"; lower depth: 21.5"

Material: Pine

Condition: Very Good, lovely green painted surface over brown graining, small
apertures cut at rear of shelves to accommodate entertainment system wires now filled.

Additional Information: Unusual proportions that work… displays well.

SOLD

1410-1


Step Back Cupboard, Raised Panel Doors, Soft Greenish Gray Paint New England, entire view 2




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