North Carolina Chippendale Yellow Pine Corner Cupboard
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Perquimans County, late 18th century, applied cove molded and stepped flared cornice, above a distinct applied dentil molding surmounted by side-by-side pierced circles, two hinged upper doors with molded mullions, eight lights each, two deep butterfly-shaped shelves, old but later light blue paint, applied waist molding, above an applied stylized Greek key molding which repeats at the base, lower cabinet with two hinged raised panel doors, shelved interior, feet extend straight from the solid, applied shaped bracket foot facing.
87.5 x 56 x 38 in.
This corner cupboard is featured as figure 5.153, The Furniture of Coastal North Carolina, 1780-1820 , John Bivins Jr., page 221.
Upper and lower interior with old but later light blue paint; upper applied dentil molding with several losses to teeth; replaced door H hinges; left and right side waist moldings missing; applied Greek key moldings with some losses at upper and lower sections.
$2,000 - 4,000