Set of Four Victorian Stoneware Chemist Dry Goods Jars
During the 19th century the pharmacy or apothecary was part of the main hub of every town or village, as this was before the National Health Service, people would rely on their local chemist for advice, and if they were lucky enough to afford a doctor, their prescriptions.
This is a group of stone jars used to store dry goods in the pharmacy, all have their original labels and would have originally had cork lids.
Generally very sound with a couple of very tiny chips to base and a little staining.
Dimensions: the largest of these jars is 14cm high the smallest is 10cm high.