18TH CENTURY WET DRUG JAR

$900.00

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Item Code: 909-67

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This Italian/French tin-glazed pottery jar features the Latin medical name, “S DE ATHOEA “, in a cartouche label. Jar displays very light surface cracks and chips at the foot rim, top rim and spout, which are typical and acceptable with collectors because of use and age.

Measures 8 ¼” high x 5 ¼” at the base.  [sm]

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