Drug Jars

Kravetz, Robert E.
January 2001
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jan2001, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p220
Academic Journal
Traces the history of vessels used for holding drugs. Origin of ornately pigmented tin-glazed jars; Information on the French porcelain jar made by the Limoge factory.


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