An absolutely stunning and rare collection of five antique pharmaceutical boxes, 19th century.

Discovered recently in Pezenas in the South of France this wonderful collection contains five pharmaceutical boxes in different sizes and shapes. During the 1800's such gorgeous boxes were used in chemist shops across France for healing herbs, teas and remedies prescribed by the pharmacist. Some of the boxes contain their original herbs or dried flower petals and even after more than a century still obtain a delightful scent. The boxes are made of cardboard in a profound blue colour with exquisite labels and some hand writing. This is a romantic treasure of astonishing beauty that would certainly bring the taste of French grandeur, charm and elegance to any interior, classical or contemporary. They are exactly as I found them, in lovely condition with minor signs of ageing that in my opinion only brings forward their true beauty and splendour today. Please refer to the images!

Measurments:

Box No1: Circular box with diameter of 10 cm or 3.9 inches and depth of 4.5 cm or 1.7 inches.

Box No2: Circular box with diameter of 10 cm or 3.9 inches and depth of 4.5 cm or 1.7 inches.

Box No3: Circular box with diameter of 8.5 cm or 3.3 inches and depth of 4 cm or 1.5 inches.

Box No4: Circular box with diameter of 7.8 cm or 3 inches and depth of 3.4 cm or 1.3 inches.

Antique French Pharmaceutical Boxes, Herbalist Shop, 19th Century

$275.00Price

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