Greene County, East Tennessee, cherry corner cupboard in the original surface. Yellow pine and poplar secondary woods. Flaring cornice over large arched glazed doors with total of twenty (20) panes, paneled lower cupboard doors and ogee base molding transitioning to bracket feet with returns. Mortise and tenon construction for doors and wooden peg construction throughout. 97 1/2" H x 53 1/2" W x 26" D. Circa 1810-1820. Note: While arched glazed cupboard doors are seen on a number of cupboards in the East Tennessee region surrounding Greene County, the larger number of panes used on the arched doors of this example may be unique (Source: The Art and Mystery of TN Furniture, Williams & Harsh). CONDITION: Overall very good condition in the old, possibly original surface. Knobs possibly older replacements and minor repairs to lower interior shelf. Upper case fitted a couple of later 19th century plate rail replacements.
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