Details about AAFA Early Label Under Glass Open Pontil Tin-Lid Apothecary JarSee original listing
Aug 27, 2012
[ 11 bids ]
Norwalk, CT, United States
|Listed By:||Dealer or Reseller||Size Type/Largest Dimension:||Small (Up to 14")|
|Signed?:||Signed||Region of Origin:||US, Non-specific region|
|Type:||Kitchen Equipment||Date of Creation:||1800-1899|
up for auction is an "AAFA Early Label Under Glass Open Pontil Tin-Lid Apothecary Jar"
measures 7" tall x 2-3/4" wide, weight 7.8 oz.
of American origin, circa 1860-1880
"Old Herb Package for display purpose only, and not included in the Auction"
This Antique Apothecary Bottle is in untouched, as found condition.
Being hand blown with raised-bubble bottom, open pontil, original hand painted Red, White, Black and Gold Gilt label under glass.
"Gum Arabic" Food binder and food stabilizer.
Having original 2-15/16" tinsmith made lid with proper age oxidation.
Overall condition good, no chips or cracks to bottle, label colors bright, paint stable, some surface grime.
Old paper label to backside of bottle.
"A Nice Early Apothecary Jar with Reverse Label Under Glass"
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"Connecticut residents are required to pay 6.35 % sale tax, unless a valid Connecticut resale number is provided."
AAFA stands for Antique Americana Folk Art.
AAFA is a group of ebay sellers who specialize in authentic Early American, Country, Primitive Antiques and Antique Folk Art.
The AAFA name is meant as an ebay keyword search tool to help the bidder find good Americana dealers.