PAINTED CUPBOARD. Possibly Shaker, mid 19th century, pine and poplar. One-piece cupboard with brown/red paint. Cutout feet, six dovetailed drawers, paneled door and simple cornice. Imperfections. 74"h. 27"w. 19"d.
SISTER'S CUPBOARD OVER DRAWERS Pine, original light cinnamon red stain, two small (12" sq) inset panel doors at top with black cast iron door closures and small white porcelain pulls, doors double pinned on the diagonal, through mortised, top is glue blocked all the way around (26 small glue blocks), over six full drawers, finely dovetailed and with original white porcelain pulls (two per drawer), drawers are lipped on three sides
19th century mustard very unusual small size two piece Stepback, with wonderful true mustard paint, nice high pie shelf for displaying. This Cupboard is from a twenty year collection of outstanding painted furniture Measurements are: 36" wide x 19 1/2" deep 70 1/2" tall opening of pie shelf is 12" - from Country Treasures~♥~
Shakers resided in self-contained villages, generally consisting of several “families” of as many as one hundred or more members each. Built to serve the needs of this communal lifestyle, Shaker furniture is often imposing in scale. Tall case pieces combining drawers and cupboard—like this handsome example—were often produced in the mid-nineteenth century
Shaker Cupboard over drawers, walnut, pine secondary woods, original red varnish finish, single applied cove molded top, single four-panel door, opening to a four-shelf interior, thumbnail molded edging, half-round molding at sides, central half-round molding above four long drawers, original turned knobs, all on a carved bracket base, attributed to Daniel Baird, Union Village, OH, c. 1832, (a letter once accompanied the cupboard stating that it was used by James Fennessy, a trustee of the…
Shaker Tall chest, 1820, wonderful scale, classic form, well thought out proportions, graduated drawers, moulded edges inside and out, and lovely dovetailed construction. Golden nut brown mellow patina. Constructed primarily with pine with its original hardwood knobs and original oxblood stain which greatly enhance the importance of this rare form of American Shaker craftsmanship
Shaker Butternut and Pine Herb Cupboard, New Lebanon, c. 1860, the top with overhanging rounded edges above two hinged doors with recessed panels and beveled edges, three shelves, base of four drawers, turned pulls, 66" H x case 46" W x 18-3/4" D.