"Pestle Mortar In Gaïac"Pilon apothecary mortar. expected additional mortar, it even guaiac, the pestle is suitable for use as it reserves the apothecary of the XVII century grind various substances by overwriting them, kneading, to make salves and ointments. Given its proportion, it is reasonable to think that these elaborations had to be industrious and energetic. Reported by the sailors of the triangular trade, the wood "of the islands' first served as ballast for ships and became the raw material for" Port furniture ". The guaiac is experienced book manufacturing pulleys and other deck fittings through its self-lubricating side. It actually contains fatty juices prohibiting the collage; the pharmacist saw his work facilitated by this kind; Furthermore it is almost insensitive to rot and insect damage. Perfect original condition. without any restoration.