Three Large Victorian Stoneware Bottles
During the 19th century Taverns and inns would have a variety of pottery and stoneware barrels on their bars. Before optics were invented drinks would be poured from these barrels it a measure or straight into the appropriate glass. These Barrels would hold all manner of drinks from spirits to soft drinks.
Three large stoneware jars all with screw tops and rubber washers.
This type of bottle could be used in a domestic household or in a pharmacy.
Both Bottles are in very good condition with no cracks of chips.
Large bottle 26cm high
Small bottle 22cm high