A Fifteen Door 18th Century English Mahogany Apothecary Cabinet, used to store mortar and pestles, scales, measuring spoons and other accessories and ingredients needed to make different medicines since, unlike modern pharmacies, Georgian era apothecaries made the medicines they sold, with the upper six doors fitted with locks to secure the poisons and rarest materials and the bottom six doors now faux fronts for three later double deep storage drawers on glides
Height 84 3/4"; Depth 18 3/4"; Length 52 3/4"
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