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Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest
Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest

Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest

Regular price $375.00 Sale

Tibetan Apothecary Spice Chest, A 20th Century piece Tibetan wooden piece of furniture (apothecary) with 20 small wooden drawers. Simple rustic construction painted a vibrant shade of red with brass hardware and decorative accent. The furniture is intact and in good condition with some surface distress. Drawers are  finished inside.

Use for storing spices, jewelery or craft supplies. We think it's petite size makes versatile and irresistable!

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DIMENSIONS: 6" Dx 12" W x 16" H

MATERIALS: Wood construction painted a vibrant shade of red

FACTS & HISTORY: Tibetan medicine has a long history. There was a native tradition of medicine in Tibet. With the formation of the Tibetan empire in the 7th century of the modern era, the emperors invited doctors from India and China, as well as from the Persian and Roman areas of Central Asia. Later, toward the end of the 8th century, they invited more doctors from these regions. Also at that time, the Buddha's teachings on medicine were brought from India to Tibet. This coincided with the arrival of Padmasambhava and the Nyingma teachings.