Apothecary Clear Glass Bottle Container, Used For Crude Drugs, 1800's.

  • $74.99 CAD

Apothecary Hand Blown Clear Glass Bottle Container, Used For Crude Drugs, Hand-Painted Label Under Glass POT.BICHRO, Potassium Bichromate, 1800's Victorian, Civil War Era.


The Acidified Solution Of Potassium Dichromate was Known at The Time as Potassium Bichromate, Commonly Used as an Oxidizing Agent In Various Laboratory and Industrial Applications. All Hexavalent Chromium Compounds, are Acutely and Chronically Harmful To Health.


The Apothecary Jar With Its Handwritten Or Hand-Painted Label Is Now Obsolete for Commercial Use, Having Been Replaced By Its More Durable Plastic Counterpart and Computer Filing Systems. They Can Still Be Found In Many Stylish Homes as Receptacles for Soaps, Herbs, Plants. Or Even Purely Decorative Objects Like Marbles Or Flowers.

Item Code - GLA5A101012LGA

Width: 3 3/8"  Height: 10 1/2"  Depth: 3 3/8"  Weight: 758 g

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