This is an American, probably Mid-Atlantic, corner cupboard in the Chippendale taste, having a well-developed cornice, glass doors in the top, raised panel doors in the bottom, all on bracket feet. Having center area drawers suggests an early 19th century era, when drawers became more popular. The primary wood appears to be walnut and the glasses appear mostly hand blown. There is nothing as nostalgic of the early American founding era as a corner cupboard to display pewter or silver or china.
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