Child's Eastlake Stepback Cupboard, Tramp Art

This child's stepback cupboard was made around the beginning of the 20th century. It exhibits an Eastlake influence and could also be considered Tramp Art. This is probably made by a father for his child, a fine example of American miniature furniture.

There are two doors and a shelf in the top section, and two drawers over one drawer in the bottom. A mixture of cut nails and wire nails was used in the construction, particularly the drawers. Some of the acorn finials around the top are missing and some of the small trim pieces on the front have been replaced.

It is 42-1/2'' tall by 23'' wide by 12'' deep. There are eleven pictures total.

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