This early Pennsylvania cherry corner cupboard comes in 2 pieces for ease in moving. The top cabinet has a wide cove moulded cornice with a reeded panel of carvings below. The cornice appears to be an appropriate later replacement. The single door has 12 individual panes of glass. All the glass appears to be original. One pane has a crack which we can arrange to have replaced for an additional cost. Personally, we prefer to leave as is and recognize this is a testament to age and perpetual use. The door has its cast brass swivel latch and replaced brass knob. Inside are 3 shelves. Two of the shelves have cut outs to insert and store spoons which was the major utensil in that period. Check out the unusual wide cove molding above the base cabinet. There are 2 drawers over 2 recessed paneled doors. The hand dovetailed drawers have a beaded edge and brass pulls. Inside the doors is a single shelf. Notice the shapely cut out skirt below the doors. The cabinet rests on bracket feet. The finish is in excellent condition having a desirable color and patina. The corner cabinet will require each wall to be at least 30” wide in order for it to fit. 88"h X 43"w X 19"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1820's.