Petite Industrial Antique Medical Apothecary Cupboard with Cabriole Legs


SKU 414-IND-018 Category

Classic petite antique industrial medical apothecary cupboard step back form with cabriole legs. This little cabinet is very sturdy with lots of age patina. Someone has given it a fresh coat of ivory colored paint but is has been long enough ago that it even has its own patina. Circa 1900-1930s.



  • O/A Height – 49 Inches
  • Lower Cabinet Height – 33 Inches
  • Upper Cabinet Height – 16 Inches
  • Lower Cabinet Depth – 16 Inches
  • Upper Cabinet Depth – 8 Inches
  • O/A Width – 26 Inches
  • O/A Depth – 18 Inches
  • O/A Weight – 71 Pounds


Crated Size:

  • Height – 52 Inches.
  • Width – 31 Inches
  • Depth – 23 Inches
  • Weight – 160 Pounds


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Early 20th Century

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This is such an adorable little industrial cupboard. A perfect bathroom storage cabinet. It retains its original tag stating Woolf Instrument Corporation Manufacturers of Ophthalmic Appliances 516 Fifth Ave. New York, New York and is comprised of painted steel with a stepped back shape that stands on cast iron curvy cabriole legs with ball feet. The upper stepped back portion has a pair of steel framed beveled glass doors with a great little nickel-plated twist latch. The perfect place for toiletries. The bottom deeper portion has a full width shallow drawer with nickel plated bin pull handles and an open storage space that is just crying out for rolled up towels. Below that and holding the cabriole legs together is an open shelf just waiting for pretty little boxes or jars of more bathroom accoutrement. Of course, it could be used in a bedroom, laundry room, kitchen, or living room. And, I can see it making the best little dry bar around. So many possibilities. You need to make it yours.




Early 20th Century