Posted 11 years ago
This cupboard is from New Hampshire and is dated to the late 1700's. It was "built in" to the house, and unfortunately had to be cut into two pieces to remove it. It is about seven feet tall and has the original blue paint. The interior of the top is painted in the original red paint, as well as the interior side of the two doors. Hand made square nails were used in the construction. There are two shelves in the lower half. On the shelves are various painted pantry boxes, wooden butter molds and stamps, redware pottery, buckets, and on the top, Navajo dance wands.