Artefacts: Putting a lid on it

Ralph Tapping looks back at the long and detailed history of ceramic pots in pharmacy   These days creams, ointments, gels and many foodstuffs are presented in glass screw-capped jars with plastic lids.  Going back one hundred years ago and earlier, before the invention of screw-capped containers, ointments and the like were supplied in ceramic pots

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