|TWO-DOOR PAINTED QUEBEC CUPBOARD / SERVER IN ROBIN'S EGG BLUE WITH RED TRIM, 1810-30:
This little Quebec two-door cupboard / server has the nicest combination of Robin's egg blue and red paint that any collector could wish for on a piece of country furniture. This has been present since the mid-late 19th century and is over an original surface that may have originally been blue as well, but which oxidized and faded to light green, as very early blue often does on rural, North American furniture.
Made between 1810 and 1830, it's simple and sturdy form has recessed paneled doors with great chamfering on the reverse and is nicely molded on the top and bottom. The top surface is scrubbed and has a very pleasant, honey-colored patina.
Condition: Molding replacement on bottom left and small portion of front. Minor refresh on sides. Replaced shelf. |
Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques, llc
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||19th Century (1801-1900)|
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||w-49:25", h-33", d-20"
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