Traditionally known as “a poor man’s apothecary,” one’s garden was used to grow and pull spices, herbs and the like to create medicinal remedies, oils and extracts. In a home that did not lodge a full cabinet dedicated to apothecary drug needs, drawer and caddy versions sat upon window ledges in washrooms. A simple version of an apothecary cabinet, this apothecary caddy is meant to act as a portable cradle for lotions, essential oils, powders and various other washroom needs.
- Blackened Maple from south-eastern USA
- Finished with tung oil
- Made in Philadelphia, PA.
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