This incredible handcrafted set features a beautiful early 1900s apothecary cabinet as well as a back bar with shelving and mercantile counter. Quarter sawn maple can be seen across the entire apothecary, indicated by the ornate wood grain markings. Many of the all-original drawer pulls still feature their milk glass nameplates with what the apothecary originally stored. The shelves of the back bar can be moved up and down as necessary. Four shelves are pictured, but there are five in total that will be included with this set.
The general store counter boasts intricate paneling across the front. The finish of the counter has aged and weathered with years of use - Please note condition in the photos. A noticeable crack can be felt on the countertop of the piece.
The apothecary cabinet has overall measurements of 103"W x 14"L x 39"H. The smaller drawers have usable space measuring 9.75"W x 10.75"L x 2"H. The larger drawers have usable space measuring 9.75"W x 10.75"L x 5.25"H.
The back bar has overall measurements of 103"W x 8"L x 61.5"H. Each of the shelves on the back bar measure 48"W x 6"L.
The general store counter has overall measurements of 84"W x 24"L x 50"H. Each of the drawers have usable space of 14.75"W x 18.25"L x 4"H.
This sale does not include any items seen on the cabinet or shelving.
This set will need to be shipped via freight. Please contact us for an accurate quote. _____
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