A FEDERAL BLUE AND RED-PAINTED CORNER CUPBOARD Probably New Jersey, 1790-1810 The molded flat cornice above a reeded freize over two fielded and reeded-panelled doors opening to a shelved red-painted interior, above a single double-panelled door, on molded bracket feet 81in. high, 43in. wide, 22in. deep Provenance Joyce Collis, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Sold 10,150.00
CORNER CUPBOARD. Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, early 19th century, cherry, pine and poplar. Two-piece, the upper section with nine panes and molded mullions; the lower section with a paneled door, all resting on ogee bracket feet. Retains its original blue and red paint. Minor repairs to the cornice. 81h. 46w. 20d.,#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Massachusetts or possibly New Hampshire, circa 1770 Cherry with white pine secondary wood and light and dark hardwood inlays, original iron hinges, period cast brass handles and escutcheons, steel locks, height 43 ¾ inches, width 38 inches, depth 18 ¼ inches. It bears a series of period chalk mar
Garth's Sale 1139 11/27/15. Lot 159 (inside). Estimate $400-800. Sold for $1,200. DECORATED HANGING CUPBOARD. Possibly Pennsylvania, dated 1825, pine. Raised-panel door, the interior with drawers and pigeonholes. Retains old red and green paint with initials "NCSW." 31"h. 27"w. 14"d. Previously sold at Garth's, likely in the 1990s.