Glazed Carved Pine Barrel-back Corner Cupboard, probably Connecticut River Valley, last half 18th century, a flat molded cornice above a central keystone with arched glazed door opening to a concave interior with shell back and foliate demilune and three shaped shelves, fronted by fluted pilasters, door flanked by raised panel spandrels and canted corners with floral rosettes topping fluted pilasters continuing to the lower section with a double tombstone paneled door, wrought iron hinges appear to be original, refinished, ht. 85, wd. 60, dp. 24 1/2 in.
The Collection of Dr. Howard P. Diamond.
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