Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to Eastern North Carolina or Virginia, late 18th century, poplar secondary, two part form, applied cove molded cornice with dentil molding, two upper hinged cabinet doors with eight window lights each and molded mullions, shelved interior with later green paint, the base with applied waist molding above two hinged double paneled cabinet doors, shelved interior, deep fluted canted corners, raised straight feet from the stile with applied shaped skirt and bracket foot facing.
89.5 x 54.5 x 33 in.From the Collection of Dr. & Mrs. Robert Marsh, Lawrenceville, Georgia
This cupboard features a strong architectural influence with bold panels and pronounced fluting, set within subtle but distinct dentil molded cornice and original bracket feet.
and with leasing old surface and patina.
One dentil tooth missing; upper interior with later paint; two window panes with hairline crack; front left foot facing with shrinkage crack; lower cabinet blind panel doors rebuilt with later right side hinge board.
$1,000 - 2,000