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2-Part Dutch Cupboard

2-Part Dutch Cupboard

Cupboards with character and architectural features like this example used to show up frequently in the 70’s at the Jim Burk, Greater York Antiques Show. Recently retrieved from the Southwest after being off the market for nearly 40 years, it first appeared in “American Home” magazine, October 1973 in an article titled “Pennsylvania Dutch Perfection” by Rosemary L. Klein featured in a Lancaster County collection.

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Dimensions: Ht. 88 1/2", OAW 57", Cornice 57 1/2", D. 22 1/2"
Date / Circa: c. 1830
Maker / Origin: Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Medium: Pine with original red painted finish, yellow smoke decorated doors and yellow interior.
Miscellaneous: Note the gouged carved pilasters and decoration. The interior retains the original plate bars, spoon racks and a mellow yellow wash.

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