This diminutive cupboard was never meant to hang. It was designed and constructed to stand slightly above a surface (such as a table or counter), allowing the swinging door to pass above that surface.
Having a single panel door with a turned articulating knob activating a carved locking piece.
Pine retaining an original dry dark surface. Original diamond shaped metal escutcheon.
Probably New Lebanon Bishopric, (Watervliet, New York).
27 1/4″, w. 21 1/4″, d. 10 3/4″.