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


Step Back Cupboard, Raised Panel Doors, Soft Green 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

ESIW-1




19th Century Flat Wall Cupboard in Blue Paint
Circa 1825 - SOLD


19th Century Flat Wall Cupboard in Blue Paint, entire view 1

Height: 66.75"; width: 33.25"; depth: 12.75"; cornice width: 38”

Pine, original blue paint

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.

SOLD

1335-21




Outstanding Paint Decorated Jelly Cupboard, Blue, Pennsylvania
Date/Period: 1835-1850 - SOLD


Outstanding Paint Decorated Jelly Cupboard, Blue, Pennsylvania, entire view 1

Measurement: Overall height: 54.75"; height: 50"; width: 43.75"; depth: 17.75"

Material: Poplar

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: The novelty and variety of the spirited ornamentation speaks
to the height of fancy decoration. This tour de force of imagery supersedes many extant
examples and is heightened by color. An encyclopedic demonstration of nineteenth
century grain painting rendered by a great talent demonstrating competent attention to
variety and detail. The shaped gallery above bold projecting molding; recessed paneled
doors within beaded openings…the whole, raised on cutout feet remaining at full height.

The doors open to reveal beaded backboards and two shelves.

SOLD

532-176




Antique, Canted Step Back Cupboard, Blue Paint
New England, circa 1810
Pine, robust turned maple door pulls - SOLD


Antique, Canted Step Back Cupboard, Blue Paint
New England, circa 1810
Pine, robust turned maple door pulls, entire view 1

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)

SOLD

1355-1




Antique Wall Cupboard, Original Green Paint
New York, Likely Hudson River Valley, circa 1790-1810
White pine, dry surface - SOLD


Antique Wall Cupboard, Original Green Paint
New York, Likely Hudson River Valley, circa 1790-1810
White pine, dry surface, entire view 1

Cove molding above single raised panel door flanked by diminutive moldings at outside
corners; the whole raised on tall cutout feet.
(Excellent original condition; Height: 64"; width: 43"; depth: 17")

SOLD

1337-1




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 - SOLD


 Cupboard-Wall; Chippendale, Pine, Red Wash, Step-Back, Glazed Doors,

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.

SOLD

497-128




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


 Jelly Cupboard, Wall-Cupboard, Original Paint History, Likely Pennsylvania, Early 19th

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")

SOLD

632-69




Hanging Cupboard, Two Door, Original Red Paint
New England, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Hanging Two Door Cupboard in Original Red Paint, Early 19th Century, angle view

(W: 28”, H: 31”, D: 10.5”)

640-53 - SOLD




Step Back Cupboard, Open Top, Original Surface History, H Hinges
New England
Early
Very old yellow over original red paint - SOLD


Step Back Cupboard, Open Top, Original Surface History, H Hinges
New England
Early, angle view

The open top with four shelves above lower section having plank door hung on original "H" hinges retaining leather bungs; board facings with applied moldings. As expected and accepted, there are minor use imperfections otherwise very good. (H: 74.25"; base H: 34"; W: 36.5"; D: 21"; shelf D: 11")

492-86 - SOLD




Hanging Wall Cupboard, Celery Paint
New England
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Hanging Wall Cupboard, Celery Paint
New England
Early 19th Century, angle view

This molded country cupboard with single board door contains three shelves; original surface history of dry celery green over red over black paint.
(Dimensions: 33" H, 24.25" W, 9.75" D.)

545-16 - SOLD




Cupboard, Wall, Blue Paint, Fielded Paneled Door, Molded Cornice
Anonymous
Circa 1800
White Pine - SOLD


Cupboard, Wall, Blue Paint, Fielded Paneled Door, Molded Cornice
Anonymous
Circa 1800, angle view

A fine and unusual bucket bench featuring upper case with projecting molded cornice over single mortise and tenon joined door hung from iron rattail hinges and centered by applied case molding; over open shelf bucket bench, the stiles with applied molding and arched cut-out base. The surface was painstakingly cleaned down to original surface history featuring blue paint; good dry patina. Interior features four shelves above a slightly projecting deck; bucket shelf has been adjusted backward. Door turn-latches are missing, minor molding loss at rear topside of cornice with all else very good. (H: 79.75"; W: 32"; D: 14.25")

424-118 - SOLD




Small Step Back Cupboard
Gray Painted
19th Century - SOLD


Small Step Back Cupboard
Gray Painted
19th Century, angle view

Measures 79.5" in height, 21.5" in width and 19" in depth.

479-3 - SOLD




Scarcely Encountered Open Top Step Back Pewter Cupboard in Blue - SOLD


Scarcely Encountered Open Top Step Back Pewter Cupboard in Blue, angle view

This early cupboard circa 1810-1840 has had minor touch up to paint.
Dimensions: 75" overall height, 34.5" base height, 65" wide, 21.25" base depth, 12.75" shelf depth.

201-253 - SOLD




Paneled Wall Cupboard
Grain Painted
19th Century - SOLD


Paneled Wall Cupboard
Grain Painted
19th Century, angle view

The crown molding above single paneled door opening to interior fitted for shaving mugs. (Height: 29.25"; width: 24.75"; depth: 7.5".)

745-10 - SOLD




Architectural
Barrel-Back Corner Cupboard
18th Century - SOLD


Architectural
Barrel-Back Corner Cupboard
18th Century, entire view

Great size at 40" tall by 24" wide. Paneled arched door with three interior shaped & molded shelves.

479-4 - SOLD




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




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




Antique Corner Cupboard, Original Red Paint
New England, Circa 1790-1820
Eastern White Pine - SOLD


Antique Corner Cupboard in Red Paint with Fielded Panel Doors, Circa 1790 to 1820, angle view

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”)

SOLD

532-74




Cupboard, Paint Decorated Wall Cupboard, Original Surface History
Maine, 18th C, Decorated C 1820-1830 - SOLD


Cupboard, Paint Decorated Wall Cupboard, Original Surface History 
Maine, 18 th Century, Decorated Circa 1820-1830, angle view

Found in the Portland, Maine area, features orangey-red decoration against yellow ground;
retains original “ HL” hinges; original throughout.
(75.5" x 39.5" x 17.5")

SOLD

1221-42




Nineteenth Century Apothecary Cupboard, Paint Decorated
Step-Back, Open-Top, 4 Shelves, and 30 Drawers
New Hampshire, Circa 1834-1840
Pine
Well proportioned, competently constructed, original surface history - SOLD


Nineteenth Century Apothecary Cupboard, Paint Decorated
Step-Back, Open-Top, 4 Shelves, and 30 Drawers
New Hampshire, Circa 1834-1840
Pine, entire view

A painted pine apothecary cupboard constructed in two sections; top section
features a flat molded cornice above four shelves. The upper case resting on the
lower case containing 30 graduated drawers with turned wooden pulls… the
whole raised on cutout base. The top section is painted soft gray with blue tint,
the lower half is faux grained to resemble bird's-eye and tiger maple, over the
same pigment as top case). There is some wood loss to lower-back side of upper
case which we can have expertly restored, otherwise very good, commensurate
with age and use.
(Height: 67.5"; width: 81"; depth: 10.25")

SOLD

1210-19




Cupboard, Corner, Paint Decorated,
Glazed Door, Molded Cornice,
Paneled Doors Bedford County,
Pennsylvania, circa 1815-1820 - SOLD


Cupboard, Corner, Paint Decorated, Glazed Door, Molded Cornice, Paneled Doors, Full View

Soft woods, finely grained, small size
Presented in an original and excellent surface, a remarkable example of Pennsylvania style graining.
A small one-part grain-painted corner cupboard,
robust crown-molding and dental molding above nine-light
glazed door in white paint opening to a shelved white-painted
interior over a double-raised-panel door. The whole raised on a molded and applied
bracket-base joined by valanced apron. The cupboard remains in original paint;
cleaned and restored by Peter Dean;
some very minor scattered touch-up performed by Peter.
Restoration report is available.

SOLD

843-303




Step Back Cupboard, Sage Green Paint
New England
Early 19th Century
One piece cupboard in a sage green paint over reddish brown - SOLD


Step Back Cupboard, Sage Green Paint
New England
Early 19th Century, entire view

In good condition with added turned knobs and a Victorian cast iron latch; one backboard replaced; cupboard was intended to sits on floor with no base.
Dimensions: 68.75" H, 41.75" W, 18.5" D.

SOLD

893-1




Country Step Back Cupboard, Canted, Blue Paint, Original Surface History
New England, Circa 1800ish
White Pine
The top section is canted, the ends with domed terminals at medial shelf above lower section with single door. Early robin’s egg blue over red paint; best dry patina. - SOLD


Antique Country Step Back Cupboard with Original Surface History, New England, Circa 1800, angle view 1

(Very good condition, displays generations of use and desirable wear; right proper side never overpainted in blue displays original red paint
(Likely used tight to wall, painted in-place; a rural furniture lover’s dream; H: 79”, W: 48.25”, base D: 20”, bottom shelf D: 13”, top shelf D: 11”)

1096-4 - SOLD




Cupboard over Open Shelves, Original Paint, Paneled Door, Rare Small Size
Pennsylvania
Second Half 19th Century - SOLD


Cupboard over Open Shelves, Original Paint, Paneled Door, Rare Small Size
Pennsylvania
Second Half 19th Century, entire view

Bold and crisp molding over paneled doors opening to white painted interior; the sides joined by two shelves continuing to half-round cutout-base. (Superb and original surface, overall excellent condition; lower shelves moved, one possibly an early replacement or cabinetmaker mistake; H: 68.5", W: 36.5", D: 14")

1001-18 - SOLD




New England Flat Wall Cupboard
In Original Pumpkin Paint
Early 19th Century - SOLD


New England Flat Wall Cupboard
In Original Pumpkin Paint
Early 19th Century, entire view

As depicted, a flat wall cupboard; the picture-frame molding centering four recessed panel doors that open to reveal five interior shelves. Sides are also molded. Great color and surface quality; original hardware and turned wood door-pulls. Paint on left side thinning; we had one small ear of stile freshened with all else original and fine. (Height: 80"; width: 40.75"; depth: 18".)

492-40 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Jelly Cupboard
Anonymous
1st Half 19th Century
Poplar and white pine - SOLD


Paint Decorated Jelly Cupboard
Anonymous
1st Half 19th Century, entire view

The simple case raised on cutout feet features a pair of paneled doors within beaded molding that open to reveal three fixed shelves.
Dimensions: 60.5" high, 38" wide, 19" deep.

201-267 - SOLD




Painted Server Cupboard
Pennsylvania
1st Half 19th Century - SOLD


Painted Server Cupboard
Pennsylvania
1st Half 19th Century, entire view

The scalloped gallery above the case which is of mortis and tenon construction and features flat panels; two short drawers above a pair of conforming paneled doors...the whole raised on a molded base standing on turned turnip feet. This cupboard remains in excellent original condition with left proper side base molding restored; left proper rear foot extended and brasses are period replacements.
Dimensions: 51.5" high, 43.25" wide, 19" deep.

201-268 - SOLD




Canted Back Wall Cupboard, Scalloped and Thumb Molded Interior Borders
Deerfield, Massachusetts Area
Circa 1750 to 1800
Reddish brown paint, extremely rare - SOLD


Canted Back Wall Cupboard, Scalloped and Thumb Molded Interior Borders
Deerfield, Massachusetts Area
Circa 1750 to 1800, entire view

Hard pine with strong traces of old red paint revealed by the removal of later over-paint; scalloped ornamentation is authentic and unaltered; the door is a very old "working-period" replacement; some height loss otherwise very good.
(H: 78"; W: 45"; D: 17.25")

This outstanding cupboard is similar to one in old brown paint over original reddish-brown that is displayed in the Hardenbergh parlor at Winterthur. Historic Deerfield owns two cupboards of this type that feature shaped fielded raised panels on the fronts, one of which is repainted, the other refinished with replaced feet. Dean Fales noted that the two cupboards at Deerfield are a "local type made in or near Deerfield; (and) While these cupboards do not have known histories, a similar painted one at Winterthur was owned by Osmund and Winifred Skinner of Shelburne, a town just west of Deerfield on the Mohawk Trail. Another related cupboard was found just North of Greenfield in Bernardston." Philip Zea affirmed the locality of Deerfield as the origin for these cupboards and acknowledged the use of relatively thick boards of hard pine in their construction. It is interesting to note that this same hard pine is used for the tops and as secondary wood in Hadley chests produced in the same region.

For the cupboard at Winterthur:
Advertisement for Louis M. Ream, Esq. in the Magazine Antiques, January 1928, page 3, and Jay Cantor, Winterthur (New York, 1985), page 175.

For the cupboards at Deerfield:
Article on Historic Deerfield in The Magazine Antiques, September 1956, page 232, Helen Comstock, American Furniture (New York, 1962), figure 190; Dean A. Fales, Jr., The Furniture of Historic Deerfield (New York, 1976), page 252, figures 493 and 494.

For related published examples:
Wallace Nutting, Furniture Treasury (New York, 1928) figures 497 and 505.
Height 77", Width 45", Depth 17 3/4".

1039-1 - SOLD




Cupboard, Hanging Cupboard, Original Red
Maine
19th Century
White pine - SOLD


Cupboard, Hanging Cupboard, Original Red
Maine
19th Century, entire view

The case with cornice features a pair of molded recessed-panel-doors set within beaded opening; interior with four shelves. Beautiful dry red surface; dimensions: 36" H, 37.25" W, 13.5" D.

958-2 - SOLD




Step-Back Cupboard
BLUE PAINT...dry patina
First-half 19th century
New England
Pine - SOLD


Step-Back Cupboard
BLUE PAINT...dry patina
First-half 19th century, entire view

As depicted, a desirable provincial aesthetic...the open-top with two shelves resting on cleats affixed with clinched nails...the exposed original ship-lapped backboards in natural color have great patina. Lower case with a pair of simple board-doors hung on butt hinges. This one piece cupboard remains in a high state of originality. (Height: 73.75"; top section height: 40.75"; width: 50.75"; depth: 17.75".)

637-54 - SOLD




Cupboard, Flat Wall, Architectural
New England
18th Century
Soft gray period paint, great dry surface - SOLD


Cupboard, Flat Wall, Architectural
New England
18th Century, entire view

The outstanding cyma-recta crown molding above the case with boldly beaded-corners; door with three beaded interior cleats hangs from period "H" hinges affixed by rose-head nails. It appears that the hinges were refreshed long ago during the cupboards early period of use; door opens to reveal three shelves and original red paint; terrific tool marks. This cupboard is designed to be installed with proper right side against wall. (H: 74 1/8"; W: 32"; D: 19 1/8".)

175-47 - SOLD




Paneled Step Back Cupboard
Old paint, original "H" hinges
New England
18th Century
White Pine - SOLD


Paneled Step Back Cupboard
Old paint, original 'H' hinges
New England
18th Century, entire view

A one-piece cupboard featuring paneled doors hung from original hinges; brass hardware appears to be original. The cupboard was long ago cleaned revealing original surface history; green paint. The interior with early 19th century thinning mustard paint over green. It appears that the cupboard may have lost a small molding at top with all else generally excellent. (Height: 81"; width: 65.5"; base depth: 18.75"; top depth: 9.5".)

740-2 - SOLD




Jelly Cupboard, Old Paint, Peg Construction
Probably Hudson River Valley
Circa 1750
A small example in great surface featuring six shelves - SOLD


Jelly Cupboard, Old Paint, Peg Construction
Probably Hudson River Valley
Circa 1750, entire view

The rectangular pine case with molded front corners is raised on cutout feet and features applied molding above the removable two-board door with nicely molded edges and double tapered interior inset tapered battens. The door hangs on original iron pintle hinges that retain leather washers; iron slide-bolt latch appears to be original. The surface has character, early 19th century green paint over original red paint with great patina. The tongue-and-groove backboards are affixed with rose-head nails. The case is raised on cutout feet, the side profile slightly arched; the rear feet show more wear than front. It appears that a horizontal base molding is missing and the cupboard shows wear from use otherwise fine.
(H: 61"; W: 33"; D: 17.5".)

175-48 - SOLD





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