George III oak corner cupboard, molded cornice over two paneled doors opening to an architectural green and cream painted interior with shaped shelves, flanked by fluted columns having carved medallion capitals, beneath spandrels with applied carved rosettes. Likely original brass H-form hinges. Painted and shaped lower shelf. Molded base. 80 1/2" H x 43 1/2" W (front) with 6" W canted front sides x 31"D each rear side. English, last half 18th century. Provenance: The estate of Peter Fyfe, Nashville, TN, purchased from Marshall Field & Co. 1976, ex-Arthur Brett collection, Norwich, England. CONDITION: Paint old if not original, base molding appears original, but rear feet bracings likely replaced. Old repairs to two backboards, lower edge above feet. Some deep scratches to upper left door panel. Overall very good condition.
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