Two-part painted Hudson Valley corner cupboard. The cupboard sports old blue and salmon paint over the original white, with a white interior. Other features include butterfly shelves, set-in beaded panels on the doors and on the sides, (typical of Hudson Valley cupboards), and reeded and rope carved framing. The original hand-forged butterfly hinges have been replaced with butt hinges. A label pasted inside the cupboard indicates that this cupboard was originally the property of Revolutionary War Cap’t Henry Brate of Rennselaerville, NY., who served with the Tryon County Militia, 1st Regiment. The cupboard is in very good condition.18th century, Hudson Valley, NY.
Dimensions: 75” tall; Requires a 37” corner
Item No. 170071