Richard J

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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.

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.

East Tennessee cherry corner cupboard with arched doors, Greene County. One piece cupboard with ogee cornice and canted returns over arched sixteen pane doors, medial ogee molding over two doors, ogee base molding transitioning to ogee bracket feet. 91 1/2" H x 52 1/4" W x 28 1/4" D. Circa 1820.

East Tennessee cherry corner cupboard with arched doors, Greene County. One piece cupboard with ogee cornice and canted returns over arched sixteen pane doors, medial ogee molding over two doors, o…

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.

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 - Country Living  I love the cupboard and the painted paneling--with so much outdated paneling in houses around here, this is a good reminder that I can update it with colors beyond white.

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.