A Fine American Federal Pine Corner Cupboard, late 18th c., probably Southern, having a dentil-molded cornice above a reeded frieze, outset molding surrounding the paneled doors, the sides canted, raised on a molded bracket foot base, the interior with a warm honey red stain, height 71 1/2 in., width 34 in., depth 24 in.
Paint-Decorated “Turkey-Breast” Corner Cupboard Probably Columbia County, Pennsylvania, circa 1820 White pine, paint, iron hinges, brass handles and escutcheons, glass, 79 ½ x 51 x 21 ½ inches. Retains original painted . Collection H. William Koch, Turbotville, PA; “Fine American Furniture, Silver and Decorative Arts,” Christies, New York, January 22, 1983, lot 452, sold for $44,000, a world record price for American painted furniture at that time. Austin T. Miller American Antiques Inc.
An 1840 pine step-back cupboard filled with antique Quimper plates. - Country Living I love the cupboard and the painted paneling--with so much outdated paneling in houses around here, this is a good reminder that I can update it with colors beyond white.