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THE MEYER MYNDERTSE HOUSE RED-PAINTED COURT CUPBOARD
THE MEYER MYNDERTSE HOUSE RED-PAINTED COURT CUPBOARD

HUDSON RIVER VALLEY, NEW YORK, MID-18TH CENTURY

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THE MEYER MYNDERTSE HOUSE RED-PAINTED COURT CUPBOARD
Hudson River Valley, New York, mid-18th century
The rectangular top above a conforming case with two paneled doors above a black painted molding over two larger doors opening to reveal a shelved interior on turned ball feet
67¾in. high, 78½in. wide, 18¼in. deep
Provenance
Reminsyder Estate, Saugerties, New York

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By tradition, this rare eighteenth century court cupboard was originally in the Meyer Myndertse House in Saugerties, New York. The hooks on either side of the case, are due to its location between two doors in the kitchen of the house, the doors were kept open with the hooks. It was purchased out of the house by Mr. Reminsyder and sold as part of his estate.
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