A set of six quite rare salt-glazed stoneware apothecary jars. Each has a moulded relief of the royal coat of arms. This style of drugs jar were in use from the late Georgian period onwards, with these examples probably dating to around 1830–40. They all have their original tin lids, and some even have their original contents! Some small chips and one has an old crack on the side.
Early 19th century apothecary jars
Dimensions (h x w x d)
13 x 10 x 10cm (each jar)
early 19th century