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Collection by Shirley Self

Shirley Self
This post discusses the history of faience and other earthenware with a tin glaze. It also distinguishes faience from transferware. Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, Antique Pottery, Objets Antiques, Art Antique, Keramik Vase, Italian Pottery, Medieval Art, Sculpture

Pharmacy Jar | Italian | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jar, Pharmacy, Florence, Italy~early 15th C

Vintage COPE for women bottle. Life, don't embrace, don't pretend to be happy, don't desire happiness so much.just cope. I remember this. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Old Medicine Bottles, Pretending To Be Happy, Vintage Medical, Vintage Bottles, Medical History, Old Ads, Good Ole

Vintage COPE for women bottle Glenbrook Laboratories

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Deruta ~ albarello (Pharmacy jar) ~ Italian (Siena) ~ Tin-glazed earthenware (maiolica) ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art Glazes For Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Ceramic Art, Siena, Art Beauté, Italian Pottery, Modern Ceramics, Apothecary Jars

Albarello | Italian, Siena | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date: 1515. Culture: Italian, Siena. Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware). Dimensions: Overall (confirmed): 9 15/16 × 5 3/16 × 5 3/16 in. (25.2 × 13...

☤alquimia - From a apothecary collection, a 16 ½ in. green demijohn or carboy apothecary show bottle with gold label identifying ‘Indian Hemp Fluid Extract. Antique Glass Bottles, Apothecary Bottles, Vintage Bottles, Bottles And Jars, Color Harmony, Bottle Art, Vintage Advertisements, Decoration, Glass Art

The world of vintage collecting | Antique Trader

DENVER, Pa. – A large percentage of the world’s population has never even seen a dial-face telephone, but that certainly wasn’t the case with the late Bill Daniels. The massive collection of antique and vintage phones that filled his home comprised a chronological archive of Alexander Graham Bell’s 1876 invention and contained models ranging from primitive turn of the 20th century curiosities to ultra-cool mid-century designs.

These pretty jars hold three common prescriptions given to my patients! Arsenic, opium, and cocaine. Vintage Medical, Vintage Ads, Vintage Stuff, Pots, Medicine Bottles, Medicine Cabinet, The Infernal Devices, Medical History, Medical Art

Evviva l'arte!

"After the first glass, you see things as you wish they were. After the second, you see things as...