Two pharmacy jars, 1723-1763.

Two pharmacy jars, 1723-1763.
3 2 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 24cm

Description

One jar is marked with the monogramme of Johannes Pennis, owner of the porcelain dish factory, Delft. Its contents were Electuarium Hierae Picrae, meaning sacred bitter electuary. An electuary was a conserve or paste, usually made with honey. The other jar's label indicates that it contained Dr Prat's unguent (an ointment).

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