Condition: Very attractive displaying great patina, feet are restored (replaced). Each
stile of glazed door has applied battens (strips) that appear to be original, perhaps a
cabinet makers mistake.
Additional Information: A one-part case…molded cornice over a 9-light glazed door;
molded waist paneled door, the whole raised on a molded base resting on applied
bracket feet. Possibly made in the Harrisonburg, Virginia area.
Condition: Good, Vertical loss of wood to bottom corner block. (We can have this
Additional Information: Rectangular top over conforming case containing three
shelves. Unusual, fluted stiles and top rail joining corner blocks; doors feature robust
fluted molding. Triple feet joining double ogee cutouts. The top displays a reddish
surface, case in sage green/gray over yellow, over red…pleasing.
A one-piece cupboard featuring well-proportioned cove-molded cornice above two pair
of paneled doors; a single short drawer retaining original hardware is set within mid-
section rail. The top section with two full depth shelves over lower section
accommodating a single full depth shelf. The whole raised on molded base resting on
bracket feet joined by scalloped apron displaying a wonderful coping saw cut center
scroll. Original surface, nice patina.
(Height: 85.5"; width: 37"; Overall width: 43"; depth: 24")
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
The cove crown molding above a pair of eight light doors having beaded hinge rail and
beaded backboard edges; four shaped shelves having double plate groves that are
parallel to muntins…lower section with a pair of paneled doors. The doors are flanked
by stiles featuring tongue chamfered edges; the whole raised on French feet joining
scalloped apron. Excellent condition: Victorian cast iron slide latches on bottom doors
added later. (Height: 89"; width: 48"; depth: 23.5")
The molded open-top above molded-lower case with single plank door on cutout base.
The original salmon paint was long ago overpainted in light gray; now thinned exposing a wonderful surface and pigment. Ex Mason Stewart collection.
(Height: 71.5"; base height: 35.75"; width: 48"; base depth: 16"; shelve depths: 11.75"-10.25")
Two-part case featuring an outstanding overhanging cornice molding over a pair of
double recessed-panel-doors within beaded opening; lower case with conforming single
panel doors within similarly beaded opening. The canted sides are molded as is the
base. Top case contains three equidistant shelves…double-incised plate grooves;
middle shelf is pierced for cutlery; lowercase has a with a single medial shelf. Overpaint
was long-ago removed revealing the original red paint and appropriate wear patterns to
door rails and stiles. (Very good condition; H: 81”, W: 42”, D: 24.5”, corner D: 27.5”)
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