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The Main House Gallery, MH18
Offerings from Our Discriminating Dealers and Consignors

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Country Cupboard, Open Top, Original Paint History, Sage Green over Red
New England, Early 19th Century
Rural simplicity, simple lines, wonderful color and patina

Desirable small size featuring three shelves within top section above a pair of simple board-doors, each hinged on left side; lower case with a single medial shelf above the floorboards. (Very good original condition; H: 67: W: 35.25”. D: 13.5”)



Cupboard-Wall; Chippendale, Pine, Red Wash, Step-Back, Glazed Doors, Hinged Writing Surface New England, circa 1800
(Purchased many decades ago at the venerable Russell Carrel flea market)
Original dark red surface and crazed varnish…

Step-back pine cupboard in original red wash; rectangular molded cornice above a pair of glazed six-panel glazed cupboard doors opening to four tiers of valanced compartments, stepped back on the lower case fitted with a hinged writing lid and lopers above a pair of raised panel cupboard doors, raised on bracket feet with shaped returns. (Two lobes missing, all else in fine original condition; 70.5" high by 38" wide by 17.5" deep) Ex Betty and Tim Trace Collection.



Jelly Cupboard, Wall-Cupboard, Original Paint History, Likely Pennsylvania, Early 19th Century Poplar…with proportions similar to a well-balanced tall chest

Rectangular molded top featuring projecting molding over a tall dovetail joined case; a pair of dovetailed short drawers with applied cock-bead molding is above conforming doors with fielded panels that are reeded and of mortice, tenon construction and pegged. The case with chamfered corners having an applied base-molding is raised on bracket feat…each with lobe and return. The untouched interior contains four shelves. The surface is attractive and shoes at least two layers of paint with some fill. (Height: 63.5"; width: 43.75"; depth: 19.5")



Cupboard-Hanging, Flared & Stepped Cornice,
Paneled Door, Molded Base Pennsylvania, circa 1800
pegged mortice and tenon joinery, small size cherry and poplar, original surface Wonderful surface, wrought iron hardware including hanging device, rose head nails

Featuring a stepped cornice of a raised-panel door and molded base. The interior features two original shelves; backboard is a single raised panel. It appears that this cupboard may have been used in a printing shop whereas the black patina seen at area of door-pull is ink; the interior also displays traces of ink in a wonderful-way. The ink is thin and limited to the lower half of door and stile…the area where a inked hand would normally close the door…looks great! The door pull, and swing latch are 19thcentury replacements; cupboard is worthy of upgrading to stylistically appropriate period hardware.
(Height: 27"; width: 18.75"; depth: 13")



Antique Bookcase, Case of Shelves, Original Green Paint, Rare and Useful
New England, 19th Century

Antique Bookcase or Case of Shelves in Original Green Paint, 19th Century, angle view

(Good condition, commensurate with age and use; H: 73.75", W: 37.25", D: 10.75")



Antique Bookcase or Case of Shelves in Original Green Paint, 19th Century, entire view
Antique Bookcase or Case of Shelves in Original Green Paint, 19th Century, surface detail

Single Drop Leaf Table, Original Red Paint, Exquisitely and Delicately Turned Legs
Likely New Hampshire, Early 19th Century
Perfect as sofa table or against the wall, great color

Antique Single Drop Leaf Table in Original Red Paint, Early 19th Century, angle view

(H: 29”, W: 35”, D: 17.5”, D with top up: 35.5”)



Antique Single Drop Leaf Table in Original Red Paint, Early 19th Century, entire view

Antique Step Back Bucket Bench, Case of Shelves, Original Red Paint
New England, Early 19th Century
A scarcely encountered rarity of great utility - SOLD

Antique Step Back Bucket Bench, New England, 19th Century, angle view 1

(H: 65.5", W: 42", top D: 8.75", bottom D: 11.75")

843-251 - SOLD

Bucket Bench, Shaped Sides, Graduated Shelves, Plate Rail, Original Red Paint
Pennsylvania, 19th Century
Country form, function and great surface - SOLD

Antique Bucket Bench with Shaped Sides in Original Red Paint, 19th Century, angle view 1

(Very good condition, competent construction; dimensions: H: 43”, W: 44”, D including projecting bottom shelf: 14”)

843-254 - SOLD

Antique Bucket Bench with Shaped Sides in Original Red Paint, 19th Century, angle view 2

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