Antique Medical Apothecary Wallace Pring Measuring Cup
Antique medical Apothecary travel measuring cups. Made by Wallace Pring in Kent, England around 1910 this travel measuring cup and holder would have been carried by a doctor or dispensing chemist. Both glass receptacles are etched with the measuring dimensions and the advertising name of the dispensing chemist that it was issued either to or for. This antique set dates between 1907 and 1911.
Glass Marked: Wallace Pring, Dispensing Chemist, Bromley, Kent
Box marked: B Hawson & Sons, London, England
A perfect addition to your medical home decor or a fabulous gift idea. This would make a great addition to any vintage bar ware collection or as a useful measuring device in a vintage kitchen.
This box measures 2.5" diameter by 2.75" tall and weighs 3oz.
The measuring cups are in good condition considering age and use. The leather case has some leather missing from the outside and some scratching and a small pin hole on the bottom - please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description.
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