Antique Paneling & Cupboards

I have always felt that the heart of a country home is the fireplace. Next most important is what is put around them ----namely paneling and cupboards. As restoration contractors ourselves, we strive to carefully remove these components knowing that they will be re-installed one day. Knowing the potential for each component is also important so if you see something that intrigues you in our listings---ask the questions----I'm sure that we can help.

Circa 1750 Raised Panel Wall Section

Central Connecticut (Old Saybrook) Overall height 83-1/2” (Buildable up to 7’-6” or more) Overall length 12’ Firebox opening 45”H x 43” W Single over mantel panel measures 29”x 50”



Circa 1769 Featheredge Paneling-Group #2

18 linear foot run x 84-96" height, mostly 84" Boards have about three coats of paint and are 13"-19" wide, mostly 15" Sold as one lot only.



Circa 1769 Featheredge Paneling-Group #1

Hard to find run of 26 linear feet x 84-86" height Widths 12"-19", mostly in the 13"-15" range. Sold as one lot only.



19th Century Small Scale Wall Cupboard

Single Board door with Cast Iron Butt Hinges Dry original Interior, Exterior will dry scrape Facing measures 16" x 31" , main box measures 11" x 28" x 11" deep, two shelves



Circa 1940 Corner Cupboard

38" W x 80" H and takes a 29" corner Shelves are included. Economy priced.


Painted Two Hole Outhouse Seat

Desirable robin's egg blue, can be made into a bench Height 17" Length 60" Depth 16"


Circa 1830 Raised Panel Wall Cupboard

This unit can be built into a free standing cupboard or installed as original Overall width 37" Overall height 45" Depth 12-3/4" Doors overall 29"W x 33-1/2"H


Vintage Raised Panel Shutter/Cupboard Doors

Matched pair measure 38" overall width x 57-1/2" H Each door is 19" wide. Very solid with original hardware.



Georgian Cupboard Doors-Matched Pair

Each measures 29"H x 32"W . Two panels


Period Chair Rail or Wainscot Cap

Three sections are 3-3/4"W x 1-3/8" top x 15'-6"L Circa 1820, originally in an exterior application Nice vintage eye appeal



Two Holer Outhouse Seat

Measures 17" x 48" Bleached and power washed



Four Holer Outhouse Seats

Two to choose from, one is painted Painted one measures 18" x 75" Unpainted measures 16" x 72" Bleached and power washed A woman once told her husband that she was going to use one of them for his family photos picture frames :):):)!!!!!

Choice $100.00

19th Century Wooden Dry Sink

Rare find in this condition. Wonderful old red, nice joinery. Measures 22" x 40" x 7". Interior is 6" deep with drain hole also. Great addition to your country pantry or potting shed. Extremely solid, no dry rot or punk.


19th Century Grain Painted Drawers

Originally from a built in unit. Excellent condition. Drawers are 9-3/4" H x 27"W x 16"D and 8"H x 27-1/2" W x 17"D



Vintage Decorative Surround

Mortise and tenon construction, measures 42"H x 45" overall width Each "leg" is 5" wide. Comes apart as shown.


Mid 19th Century Built In Wall Cupboard

Measures 31"W x 47"H x 17"Depth



19th Century Built-In Cupboard

Can be a free standing unit too Measures 43" W x 93-1/2"H x 17-1/2"Depth Solid construction with thick cupboard doors



18th Century Barrel Back Cupboard Shelf

Remnant measures 41"L x 18" Depth with porringer and plate groove Excellent dry original surface, very eye pleasing


19th Century Cupboard Doors

Each 19-1/4" x 34-1/2" with old red underneath Batten construction

$75.00 Pair

Cupboard Doors Pair

Matching pair 19th Century Measure overall 26"W x 41"H (each 13" x 41")


Circa 1830 Flat Panel Cupboard Door
Stripped and ready to use 22" x 42"


Decorative Shutter Pair-Close Match PA-5-2

Near match measure 29" x 46-3/4" overall Classic green and white

$50.00 Pair

Decorative Shutter Pair PA-4-2

Classic mustard and green Measures 29" x 46-3/4" overall

$95.00 Pair

Single Decorative Shutter PA-Single

17-1/2" x 55-1/2" in classic mustard and green


Decorative Shutter Pair PA 3-2

Matched Pair in classic mustard and green color, muted color on reverse side Measure 34-1/2" x 55-1/2" overall

$100.00 Pair

Decorative Shutter Pair

Matched pair in classic mustard and green Measure 34-1/2" x 55-1/2" overall

$120.00 Pair

19th Century Pennsylvania Barn Hex Symbol

Bucks County four board salvaged component Symbol Measures 32" diameter on four barn siding boards Each board measures 11'-3" Length x 11" wide Remnant yellow and red siding color. An outstanding and rarely offered folk art original !!


Decorative Shutter Pair-PA1-2

Pennsylvania 19th Century Measures 29" x 47-1/4" overall Louvers movable, nice cleanup

$95.00 Pair

Single Narrow Decorative Shutter

Pennsylvania 19th Century , classic green and white Measures 10" x 55-1/2" x 1-1/4"


Pennsylvania 19th Raised Panel Exterior Shutter-PAIR

Circa 1840 measure 31"W x 47-1/2" overall X 1-1/2" thick Classic green and white with original strap hinges

$175.00 Pair

18th Century Tulip/Poplar Floor Boards

Two matching floorboards with great color for a table top or other use requiring a dry/primitive look. Each measures 10"W x 14'-11"L

Circa 1830 Wide Board Wainscoting Boards 
 Four boards from a single source, two adjoining rooms, up and down sawn, very flat.
Two boards are 13'-6" length X 25" wide and 20" wide at the window cutouts
One board is 13'-6" X 26" and 23" wide at the cutout
One board is 13'-6" X 27" and 24" wide at the cutout

19th Century Pantry Shelving (Five Tiers)

Exceptionally clean set of pine pantry shelving boards all 11" and 12" wide
Scarfed joint as seen in photos. Assembled sets all measure 66" x 94" from inside corner.
One light paint coat which will easily clean to original surface.

$775.00 Set

Reproduction Crown Moulding-3-1/2"
Copied from an authentic 18th century profile and surplus from a local restoration project.
Eastern White Pine.
Available: 8/16'  ,  1/9'

Antique Pantry Shelving Boards
Large selection of different sourced pantry and cabintery shelving boards
Most range between 24" to 9' length and 7"-15" wide
Many have plate grooves

19th Century Kitchen Overmantle Cupboard Facing
Although this was from a kitchen application the adaptability of this piece is limitless.
Quality piece measures 8' length x 37" height
Doors are consistent sized at 17"W  x  27"H

Circa 1820 Built-In Cupboard With Door (GLASTC#2)
Box: 24-1/4"  x  38"H
Facing: 22-3/4"W   x  40-1/2"
Door:  16"W  x  35-3/4"H
Cant Back
Original Brass Pull


Circa 1820 Built-In Cupboard  (GLASTC#1)
Overall "box" dimensions:  39"W  x  13-1/4"  Deep  x  54"H
Face (Exposed portion):  27-1/2"W  x   54"H
Door Opening: 20-3/8"W  x  45-1/4"H   (NO DOOR)


Circa 1830 Single Door Wall Cupboard
Original brass pull
Interior has canted back tapering from 10" deep at bottom to 12-1/2" at top
Back boards are beaded
Outside Dimensions: 22-1/2"W   X   40-1/2"H


Early 19th Century Built-In Cupboard

Bozrah, CT. Circa 1820. This cupboard has been about 80% dry scraped. The sides, top and bottom boards extend beyond the body of the shelving "box" so they are adjustable, or, the unit can easily be converted to be free-standing.

Late 18th Century Chimney Breast and Cupboard Paneling

Eastern Connecticut with unusual double door and single door cupboard set-up. Wall measures 88" H x 87"W.

Barrelback Cupboard

Mansfield, Connecticut circa 1780.

This is a built-in style. Plaster was removed some 20 years ago and the lath painted. Original lath remains and is solid for re-coating once installed.





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