The piece shown is a replica of an 18th century piece from Virginia. It is a beautiful design and the combination of pilasters and crown molding make an interesting combination on the crown of the piece. I was able to find period glass for this piece which was hand-spun in the 1800s. The hardware is period hardware and although expensive, it really looks great on this piece. The interior of the original piece was made of pine which had been painted cream color with milk paint. I preferred a walnut interior and added a cock bead between the interior boards to enhance the detail. I learned to make this style of furniture from master furniture builders Headley and Hamilton. They represent a three-generation family of woodworkers and have made commission pieces for the White House, etc.