Corner Cupboard with Sulfur-inlay, Staunton, Virginia, 1784-1795


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ARTISAN: Circle of Joseph Dickey or Gideon Morgan (1751-1830), presumably for Masonic Lodge No. 13, Staunton, Virginia, 1784-1795.

COMMENTARY: The cupboard is the only example of the form presently known from a significant group of furniture made in Augusta County, Virginia, in the closing years of the eighteenth century. It bears a close resemblance to a number of cases made in a large shop that provided casework for Staunton clockmakers William and James Houston.

Illustrated documentation report is available upon request. Offered by Sumpter Priddy III, Inc.

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Width: 47
Height: 79
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