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19th-C. English Pine Cupboard
$5,575.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR frame, tan; hardware, gold
CONDITION Very Good; age wear
DIMENSIONS 23.25" L x 72" W x 81.38" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN England
MADE OF frame, pine; hardware, brass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 26 - Jul 31
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Black Sheep Antiques was started in 1999 by third-generation antiques dealer David Byerly and his wife Susan. The couple travel throughout Europe to find the best and most interesting pieces of antique furniture and home accessories. Through One Kings Lane and their 10,000 square-foot shop in Highpoint, NC, they offer countless charming and unforgettable antique items.
Why we love this
19th-century English pine cupboard with three shelves, which have plate rails and tongue and groove backboards, and scalloped sides. The base has a thick plank top with rounded edges over two drawers and square legs, which are joined by a lower shelf with a scalloped skirt. The serving height is 35"H. Age wear.
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