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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 18, 2008
  • Channel: Auction House

This old fashioned style, porcelain apothecary jar is made by Limoges. It is one of a whimsical set of eight that we have listed. Each of the jars has the name of a different drug on its face. This auction is for the "Opium" jar.
approximate measurements:
3" diameter x 5.25" h
excellent condition
some marks and rubs through the gold on the knob of lid
This last photo may not be the bottom of this particular jar.
The jars are all from the same set, are all marked the same, and none of them have any damage on the bottom.
So, I used the same photo of the bottom of one jar in all the jar auctions.
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