English Victorian Hygienic Cooks Tooth Soap Pot 1880English Victorian Hygienic Cooks Tooth Soap Pot 1880English Victorian Hygienic Cooks Tooth Soap Pot 1880English Victorian Hygienic Cooks Tooth Soap Pot 1880English Victorian Hygienic Cooks Tooth Soap Pot 1880

AESTHETIC ERA BLACK TRANSFERWARE POT LID & BASE

HYGIENIC TOOTH SOAP

19th Century England

This early version rectangular Victorian 2 1/2 “ long x 1 3/4 " wide x 1 1/4 " tall covered ceramic earthenware container was made during Victorian times. Dental hygiene was poor and a few chemists realized the importance of brushing one's teeth. A very attractive pot with black transfer. Edward Cook had a quack twist and made his into soap.

The piece is in good condition, a chip to the inside rail. A lovely vanity item with real history. The piece will make a great addition to any collection of transfer printed advertising wares or quack medicines, and would make a fabulous gift for the dentist in your life!

Item ID: AMT2963

English Victorian Hygienic Cooks Tooth Soap Pot 1880

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