Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch

Industrial Artifacts

Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • Early American Wooden Apothecary Hutch
  • $5,700.00

This apothecary hutch likely originated during the 1920s. This hutch features porcelain drawer pulls labeled with different medicines and medical tools to aid in the treatment of patients. Medicines such as Quinine were original Malaria treatments.

This hutch has been restored in our shop. The overall dimensions of this apothecary measure 48" in width, 16.75" in depth with a standing height of 87". Each shelf measures 46.25" in width with a depth of 7.5". Each of the sixteen drawers boast interior dimensions measuring 9.5" in width, 13" in depth with a height of 5".

This item will need to be shipped via freight. Please contact us for more information. 


JM - 100322 - 105122


 

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