Rare Shaker miniature hanging cupboard with drawers, ca. 1860, Canterbury, New hampshire, with a single door above thirteen small drawers, retaining its original brown and salmon painted surface, 40 H. x 19 W. x 10 D.
CORNER CUPBOARD / artist unidentified, Mahantango or Schwaben Creek Valley, Pennsylvania, c. 1830, paint on wood, 87 x 48 x 28 in., American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Lipman Family Foundation in honor of Jean and Howard Lipman, 1999.8.12, photo by John Parnell
Lift top chest with drawer, attributed to Robert Crossman (1707–1799), Taunton, Mass., 1731. White pine, iron cotter pin hinges, cast brass pulls and escutcheons with bright-cut engravings; 32 by 35½ by 17¼ inches. Twenty-one Taunton chests are known. This one was auctioned in 2001 by Independent Appraisers and Auctioneers of Bronxville, N.Y.
James D. Julia ImagesFINE STATE OF MAINE SHERATON BIRCH CHEST OF DRAWERS. Circa 1840. The rectangular top with turret corners fitted with a shaped splashguard, the case with four reverse-graduated long drawers flanked by engaged three-quarter ropetwist and ring-turned pilasters, continuing to turned legs with ring-turned collars on pointed feet. Chest in early red wash. SIZE: 39-3/4" h. x 42" w. x 20" d. 44-3/4" h. to backsplash.