Nine Pane Cupboard


Cupboards first appeared in America in the mid-17th century. Originally, they were merely a “cup board,” a single shelf built to hold cups and other dishes. As the design evolved, it incorporated an upper section featuring multiple shelves housed behind glass or solid doors.  During the 18th century, these large architectural cupboards became known as some of the finest examples of the cabinetmaker’s art. 

D18 1/2" x W69" x H84"
Top: wood-framed glass shelves (10" deep) & 2 lights
Bottom: single fixed wooden shelf
Drawers use traditional center wood glides

Available in Cherry