G647 19th century Pennsylvania red painted Dutch Cupboard - circa 1820 is two piece with applied cornice above two six-pane doors over four smaller dovetailed drawers . The interior of the cupboard still retain it's original paint and one shelf ha a spoon rack. The Lower case with three dovetailed drawers also over two panel doors , mortised and pinned, raised ogee bracket feet. on the inside of the door bearing the label of Andrew Taylor, Charming Forge. Gharing forge, (Iron master's House on Tulpehocken Creek, 3 1/2 miles North of Womelsdorf Vicinity, Marion Townshio Berks County Pennsylvania . Ege bought Stedman*s share in 1831, and for about 50 years was identified with this and several other furnaces and forges in Berks County. At one time, Ege was the largest land owner in Berks County, and was elected to the Pennsylvania GeneralAssembly and made an Associate Judge. Business difficulties forced Ege to make an assignment of his holdings in 1824. Andrew Taylor served as the principal assignee, and thoughEge was in debt for $300,000, his estate proved solvent.