Here is an example of an early and primitive English wall hanging joined oak corner cupboard, from the Queen Anne / George I period, circa 1700 – 1730, in good original condition.
• Item Corner Cupboard
• Wood Oak
• Circa 1700 – 1730
• Period Queen Anne / George I
• Provenance North England, UK
• Single moulded dome fielded panel door
• Angled sides
• Original brass escutcheon
• Original iron strap hinges & nails
• Original lock & brass door knob
• Protruding cornice & frieze
• Two shaped shelves
• Original interior
• Original pine backboards
• Pegged construction
• Stunning patination & colour
• Completely original
• Rare small size
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Here is an example of an early and primitive English wall hanging joined oak corner cupboard, from the Queen Anne / George I period, circa 1700 – 1730, in good original condition. This style of cupboard probably originated from the North of England. The solid door is made from a single plank of stunning oak, into a fielded panel design with a dome top shape, built with the traditional peg construction method. There is stunning oxblood colour to the oak door. The door is attached to the frame with the original primitive hand forged iron hinges and handmade nails and the original brass knob. The cupboard even retails its original door lock. The sides of cupboard frame are angled. The cupboard benefits from a traditional protruding cornice and matching frieze. Inside, there are two shaped fixed shelves. To the back, the cupboard retains its original pine backboards. The cupboard comes with brass hanging brackets. It is unusual to find an early corner cupboard with small proportions, in such good original condition.
The cupboard boasts a stunning deep rich red oxblood and brown colours. As it boasts the original polish, it has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the dining room, living room or the kitchen. The item would certainly grace any home or office and is a great investment, as it is extremely functional and ideal as a drinks or glass cabinet. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
Considering the age of the item, this corner cupboard is in good original condition. The cupboard boasts its original iron strap hinges, with handmade nails along with the original brass knob, which are all in good condition. Nominal old use marks to the leading edges of the cupboard, but nothing significant considering the age of the item. The cupboard even boasts its original door lock, which is very rare to see. The lock does not work and there is no key. The cupboard also retains its original pine backboards. As the cupboard boasts the original polish, it has a fantastic red oxblood oak colour and patination. The cupboard is solid in joint and ready to use. It is quite amazing to think that at an item of this age and primitiveness, has successfully stood the test of time.
External Height = 78cm or 30¾” or 2ft 6¾”
External Width = 58.5cm or 23” or 1ft 11”
External Depth = 42cm or 16½” or 1ft 4½”
Top Shelf Height = 22cm or 8⅝”
Middle Shelf Height = 24.5cm or 9⅝”
Bottom Shelf Height = 21.5cm or 8½”