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Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1730-1740 - SOLD


Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 50"; width: 36.25"; depth: 12.5"

Material: Northeastern white pine, brass drop pulls, rosehead nails

Condition: Very good…historic surface displaying gray-blue paint over several previous
layers of paint. The surface displays wear and losses, the last layer of paint is 19th
century.

Additional Information: A bookshelf with applied molding surmounts the case
containing three rows of four graduated drawers above a long drawer on projecting
molded base. The sides of case continue to tall, shaped base resting on ogee-cutout
feet.

Eighteenth-century doctors earned income not only dispensing advice and services,
but of equal importance selling drugs and herbs. The professions of apothecary and
doctor did not separate until the early 1800s. This case of drawers facilitated storage
within the doctor’s office.

SOLD

928-126


Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 2

Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, entire view 3

Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, hardware

Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, hardware detail

Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, drawer base

Exceedingly Rare Doctors Apothecary Chest, New England, Likely Massachusetts, detail



Small Southern Corner Cupboard, Probably Western Virginia, Brass “H” Hinges
From a Richmond, Virginia Collection
Date/Period: 1780-1820


Small Southern Corner Cupboard, Probably Western Virginia, Brass “H” Hinges From a Richmond, Virginia Collection, entire view

Measurement: Height: 76.75"; width: 36.5"; depth: 21"

Material: Walnut and pine

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.

$3,150.00

843-334




Antique Jelly Cupboard, Molded, Good painted Surface
New York, Possibly Mohawk Valley
Date/Period: Circa 1800-1820 - SOLD


Antique Jelly Cupboard, Molded, Good painted Surface New York, Possibly Mohawk Valley, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 50.75"; width: 46"; depth: 22.5"

Material: Pine [pit sawn] painted surface

Condition: Good, Vertical loss of wood to bottom corner block. (We can have this
restored)

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.

SOLD

410-203


Antique Jelly Cupboard, Molded, Good painted Surface New York, Possibly Mohawk Valley, entire view 2

Antique Jelly Cupboard, Molded, Good painted Surface New York, Possibly Mohawk Valley, entire view 3



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



Antique, Hepplewhite Cherrywood Corner Cupboard, Glazed Top, French Feet
Ohio River Valley, circa 1810
Cherrywood, appears to be original surface, one-piece case


Antique, Hepplewhite Cherrywood Corner Cupboard, Glazed Top, French Feet
Ohio River Valley, circa 1810
Cherrywood, appears to be original surface, one-piece case, entire view

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")

$4,250.00

191-473





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