This is an early (1840 – 1850) very primitive cabinet made of walnut. It was originally a one piece, but at some point in time it was sawn in half, probably to make it easier to move. The top does sit securely on the base – it does not wobble. The cupboard is sturdy and there is no loose joinery. In the past, it was refinished. The inside is not finished, but it is clean and free from odors.
The one board sides have nail holes and other scars. There is an age separation near the back foot on one side. The bottom edge of the back boards where they were cut have some missing pieces. The raised panel doors have sunken brass latches. The two drawers function well and slide in and out easily.
The overall height is 90 inches. The base is 37 inches tall, 32 inches wide and 24 inches deep. The width at the crown molding is 25 ½ inches. The shelves in the top are about 10 inches deep and have a plate groove.
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