Lancaster Apothecary Stand

Five drawer storage chest crafted in America from solid pine with distressed edges for antique, handmade appeal and convenient organizing in a bedroom or entryway.
Item No: 1A051
Please allow 6 weeks for delivery
$259.95 - $289.95
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Product Highlights
  • Handcrafted from durable solid pine
  • Five drawers for spare storage in almost any room
  • Price will vary for stain vs. painted finish
Product Description

Lancaster Apothecary Stand
Five convenient drawers form a tall solid pine storage chest handcrafted by skilled artisans. Organize small items in the kitchen like your corks, matches or candles. Handy for linens in the dining room, or even makeup or scarves in your bedroom. Rubbed edges on the black finishe create timeworn, antique appeal. Offers a wonderful solution for busy entryways that need a place to tuck away hats and gloves or pet's leashes. USA. 37"H x 10.5"W x 10"D; drawer interior dimensions: 4.5"H x 5.5"W x 7"L (front to back)

Review: Suzanne Submitted: 10/4/2021

Overall3 out of 5 stars.


Not the quality I have come to expect from the Amish

What is your opinion of this product?

the apothecary stand actually came in record time. I was expecting 3-6 weeks. It does come fully assembled. A big plus. Packed great. I needed something quite small for this space and when I unpacked it, and put it in the place where I wanted it, it was perfect. The next day I decided to put some items into the drawers. When I opened the drawers I couldn't believe the toxic smell. Every single drawer smelled and gave me a headache. I am quite sensitive to smells. Also the inside of the cabinet where the drawers fit was not finished. It is very rough and not fully painted. The edges are not finished and looks like the wood was cut with a parring knife. If you take the drawers out and look into the cabinet you can see the wall behind it. Same with the drawers. The bottom of the drawers do not meet the sides and you can see the floor near the edges. The worse part is the smell. I googled "how to get rid of toxic paint smell naturally". White vinegar. I put cups of WV in every drawer and in the cabinet. This is day 2. Not gone yet but MAYBE a little better. I grew up near New Wilmington, PA which is an Amish community and I am very familiar with their excellent work. My parents had the kitchen and bathroom cabinets made by the Amish and they built our garage and did the roof. This small stand does not reflect the quality that I have come to expect from Amish carpenters. This was my experience. If the smell dissipates, I can live with it. If not, perhaps the superintendent can use it for small items like screws. Purchase at your own risk. Perhaps I just received a lemon cabinet??? May all beings be peaceful.
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