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Antique Pennsylvania Corner Cabinet

Hello,

I have a Pennsylvania corner cupboard that was my great-great-grandmother's.  I don't know much about it, other than it seems to be in mostly original condition, including the finish and glass.  It looks like to used to have a latch/lock that was removed long ago.  I'm not sure what the wood species is; maple or something similar, as it seems light for its size.

Sorry I don't have more info, but any advice on what it may be worth or what period it's from would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Category: 
American Furniture
Condition: 
Good
Medium: 
Wood
For Sale?: 
No

Comments

Lovejoy's picture

Most of these are the work of rural cabinet makers and often dtae far later than the really look. Examples like this one can date to the mid 1700's, but were made well into the 1830's in some rural locations. This one has been refinished and probably had extensive restoration. most comparables now often go for about $1500.00

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