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"Parisian Earthenware Pharmacy Jar"
Cylindrical jar with its lid and signed on the bottom: ACLOQUE fils rue de la Barillerie, n ° 22 in Paris. With the number 15
This early 19th century pharmacy jar bears the inscription Ong. Populeum in the center of a wreath of roses, which indicates that it was intended to contain a medicine or ointment, derived from the poplar leaf. This pot is in very good condition, without cracks, with a few very small chips on the edge.
Paris, early 19h century. Circa 1810.

Document: Les Pots de Pharmacie, Charles Massin editor, 1998.
Price : 250 €
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Artist : Acloque
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Très bon

Material : Faïence
Diameter : 12 cm
Height : 24 cm

Reference : 718709
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Parisian Earthenware Pharmacy Jar
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