A group of small herbalist pharmacy wooden jars, Italy 1870.
Italy circa 1870
3600 Euro 600 each
Set of six small herbalist apothecary wooden jars (Altea flowers, Aloe leaves, Erica flowers, Ginko leaves, Thistle flowers, Myrtle berries), in the purest Neoclassical style. The surface is finished with pastiglia white-cream with saffron color cartouche and gold decoration finishing parts, the names of the herbs and the bases are in black color. Proceeding from the herborist-apothecary of a convent in Sicily. Italy circa 1870. (Sold also separately).
9” – 23 CM H 4” – 10 CM L 4” – 10 CM D