This is a beautifully executed example of a traditional oak Carmarthen cupboard. Two wide, double panel doors dominate the top section while two large drawers in the base flank a pair of smaller drawers. The case itself is supported by tall, shaped bracket feet.
What sets this fine cupboard apart from other variations of the breed is the delicate string inlay that runs through the frieze. It is a bit of refinement on a well-proportioned oak cupboard.
Circa 1790, its measurements are: Height: 51.5", Width: 53.5", Depth: 18.5"
Originally an 18th Century grist mill, Mill House Antiques can be found nestled in a gentle bend of the Nonnewaug River along Route 6 in northern Woodbury, Connecticut. Established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, Mill House attracts an international clientele of discriminating collectors…