This Colonial Williamsburg Apothecary Jar Brass Ornament makes a great addition to your Christmas tree and a lovely hostess gift for the holiday season! This Christmas ornament features an iconic image of a blue and white apothecary jar with "Williamsburg" in the center with a brass finish.
- Design features iconic blue and white apothecary jar art on both sides
- Brass finishes
- Measures 3 3/16"L and includes a satin ribbon for hanging (ribbon color may vary)
- Comes attached to a paper card with the Colonial Williamsburg script logo - great for adding to a gift basket!
- A Colonial Williamsburg exclusive
Apothecaries, who were trained to diagnose, prescribe and produce treatments through an apprenticeship, acted as doctors in the 18th century. They knew little about chemistry but figured out treatments that could address certain symptoms through trial and error — and observation. Apothecary shops in Colonial America sold many remedies, most of which were imported into Great Britain from around the world. Patients could purchase these remedies along with household items, like toothbrushes, that might be found in today's pharmacies. Eighteenth-century shoppers might also have found tobacco and spices. Visit the Apothecary trade shop in the historic area to see the original jars for yourself.
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Apothecary brass ornament
Beautiful. It is a small ornament which I like very much because that's what I prefer