18th CENTURY FRENCH DELFT WET DRUG JAR WITH LID

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Item Code: 909-72

Delftware tin-glazed pottery jar features the medical name, “S. VIOLAT.” in a banded label flanked by fish. This was for a syrup of violet which was used for coughs. Jar has small surface cracks and chips which are typical and acceptable with collectors because of use and age.

Measures 13 ¼” high x 5” at the base.     [SM]

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