Two Late 19thC Glass Apothecary Bottles to Include one Flask


Origin: English
Period: Nineteenth Century
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1899
The Larger:
Circumference: 9 inches
Height: 8 inches
The Smaller Flask:
Circumference: 7 inches
Height: 6.5 inches

The flask of cylindrical form with a flared tapered base and frosted neck complete with domed lid. The lip is in fine order though there is some chipping to the dome lip. This vessel, with spout and domed overcap would have more than likely carried oil extracts. In sound condition.

The larger is of typical cylindrical shape with a frosted neck and what is perhaps an associated domed top. This bottle has its original square cut stopper and is in fine order.