Antique Pine Housekeepers Cupboard or Press Cupboard 19th Century Circa 1890
A magnificent 19th century stripped pine Housekeeper’s cupboard or Press cupboard circa 1890, the moulded cornice above two sliding doors with recessed brass handles, opening to a shelved interior, the lower section with three drawers with brass cup handles, raised on stile feet, this piece separates in to two parts making moving easier.
Provenance: From the property of Roy Merley and Family, Plaish Hall, Church Stretton, Shropshire, United Kingdom
Condition report: Offered in good antique condition with natural age related wear and tear, the doors and drawers all open and close with ease, minor pen marks to some of the shelves, the upper section with a later added back panel, the lower section with no back section to back of drawers (not a problem), no evidence of past or present woodworm. Quite heavy to move and will require two to three strong people to place the upper section onto the base, the piece separates into the following: upper section, lower section and the two doors.
Width: 94” Inches / 240cm
Height: 78” inches / 198cm. (Splits: Top 51” inches / 130cm, Bottom 27” inches / 69cm)
Depth: 21” Inches / 54cm
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