This is an incredible amber drip-dispensary pharmacy or apothecary jar. T.K. type with rare embossing. The number 10 is embossed on the bottom of the bottle. Great heart stopper on top. Mint condition, no cracks, chips, or damage of any kind. This bottle measures 3.5"x1"x1".
This is a very rare green embossed KH-16 Poison bottle. The shape of the bottle is hexagon and is embossed with two skulls and the words Gift Flasche. There are no chips, cracks, stains, or damage of any kind on this extremely rare green bottle. Of German origin, this bottle is a great addition for any glass collector! This piece measures 8"x3"x3".
This is a very rare amber embossed KH-18 Poison bottle. The shape of the bottle is square and is embossed with a skull and the words Gift, Gift, Giftlasche. There are no chips, cracks, stains, or damage of any kind on this extremely rare bottle. Of German origin, this bottle is a great addition for any glass collector! This piece measures 4.5"x2"x2".
This is a great antique apothecary jar with label reading SYR:RHAM. The label may show some wear, but the bottle itself is in excellent condition. Hand blown, bottle with usual bubbles in the glass in a few places. Rough part on bottom end where the glass blowing rod was connected and broken off. This beautiful blue bottle is a great addition for those cobalt collectors! This piece measures 9 1/2" x 3 1/4" x 3 1/4". The stopper is 2 7/8".
This is a stunning antique EAPG, Early American Pattern Glass, apothecary drug store candy jar in a Dakota pattern. This is a very unusual combination for apothecary jars, with the ruby stained finial and foot. There is one small chip on the top of the flange area, other than that, the piece is in amazing condition. The piece measures 11 1/4" tall with a 5" diameter at the widest part of the jar. A beautiful piece for the antique glass enthusiast.
All Items : Antiques : Decorative Art : Glass : American : Pre 1920 item #1197265 (stock #paperweight)
This is an excellent antique paperweight from the early 1900's. Made for advertising, this paperweight features the company name, CENCO, as well as an image of their headquarters in Irving Park, Chicago. Cenco was a manufacturer of laboratory supplies, apparatus and chemicals. This piece has no chips or cracks, in very good condition. The Central Scientific Company was founded in 1900 in downtown Chicago. It was formed out of what was the Olmstad Scientific Company...
This is a beautiful antique hand blow blue apothecary jar with a hand painting of two birds in the marsh. The jar is in excellent condition, with just a few bubbles in the glass from the glass blowing process itself. Such an extraordinary piece, and such a pretty shade of blue. This large jar measures 14 1/4" tall and 4 1/2" in diameter.