Pennsylvania poplar two part Dutch cupboard, probably Chester County, ca. 1810, the bold ogee molded cornice over 2 glazed doors and molded edge pie shelf, resting on a base with 3 drawers and 2 cupboard doors, supported by spurred bracket feet, retaining an old red stained surface, and an ivory interior with plate rails and spoon rack, 83 1/2" h., 56" w. Provenance: Edgar & Charlotte Sittig.
Snyder County, Pennsylvania, Federal cherry tall case clock, early 19th c., the broken arch bonnet with unusual frieze with applied potted floral vines, over a 30-hr. works with later inscription "Christopher Haines Freeburg, PA". above an elaborately carved case supported ba ogee bracket feet, 96 H.