circa: Early 1900's
Early 1900's French pharmacy jar with stopper from the Ardeche Region. Clear glass blown into a mold with straight sides and a slight curve at the shoulders. A short neck leads to a flared rim mouth that holds a fitted glass stopper with a flat, rounded handle. The mold created slight indedntations on either side of the bottle. Slight texture to the glass. A wonderful accent piece. Four available, two tall and two smaller.
Condition: Very good antique condition with minor imperfections in the glass, typical for hand blown pieces. One tiny chip on the bottom of the stopper.
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