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VINTAGE Vaillant & Cie
Antique French Apothecary Bottle
$195.00
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COLOR amber
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 6" W x 11" H
ERA Antique: 1900-1910
MADE IN France
MADE OF glass
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 02 - Oct 05
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Can’t get to France? We deliver iconic, eclectic, traditional, and avant garde pieces. With styles from bistro to chateaux, Vaillant & Cie finds and delivers the Gallic soul. Husband and wife team Louis (French) and Susan (American) provide a unique array of the riches that are France, where chandeliers cozy up to painted shutters and doors and mannequins become lamps. We also have antique garden furniture, vintage glass, antique silver, and linens. Provence to Paris — toujours la France.
Why we love this
French amber glass apothecary bottle dating from the late 1800s to early 1900s. Marked "Solutio Natrii Bromidi 20%." Original stopper. Stopper, back of bottle, and label are all hand-painted. Maker's mark on base.
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