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Centuries ago, pharmacies were lined with shelves displaying 'Delft' hand painted faience pots, vases, bowls and boxes. The raw materials for making medicines were stored in apothecary jars. These were typically made of glazed pottery with decorative blue artwork, these jars came in a variety of shapes and sizes. The first letter on each jar was a code for the form of its contents. Pharmacy jars combine the craftsmanship of the potter with the practicality of the pharmacist. The city of Delft in North Holland attempted to imitate Chinese porcelain in order to make these jars. This imitation porcelain, Delft Blue, has become a household word, for a wide range of pottery.

  • Made of white glazed porcelain
  • Bronze lid
  • Hand painted blue decoration
  • Authentic recreation of 17th Century Antique Pot
  • Dimensions: 11.25" H x 8.25" W
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