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  • Clorox

    Reconsidered Trifle - Small edition ceramic cast, of antique bottles. 


    Bottle Circa: 1933 -1936

    Origins: Oakland, Califorina

    Manufactured: 1913 - Present

    Dimensions: 7 inches tall 2 3/4 inches round

    First produced under the Electro-Alkaline Company for commercial use only, it wasn’t until 1916 when a less concentrated version was made and marketed for home use.  To boost household sales, Annie Murray, wife of founder William Murray, gave away 15 ounce sale bottles outside of their family Grocery Store. In 1917 it was introduced at the California State Fair and by the 1920’s  was such a popular product the company changed its name to Clorox, a combination of its two primary ingredients. 

    “Clorox Bleaches, Deodorizes, Disinfects, Removes Numerous Stains … even scorch, mildew”

    “The Modern Way to lighten housework”

    “When its Clorox-Clean its Disinfected”


    Food Safe, Hand Wash Only. Corks included upon request.

    Each Piece is handmade and as such each piece has the slight imperfections of the human hand. Colors may vary and sizes are approximate. Individual pieces in a set will vary slightly.

    Packages are shipped via USPS. Shipping cost calculated at checkout.

    Returns / Exchanges / Shipping / Damages in Shipping

    All sales are final If your purchased piece has been damaged in shipping. Please email with in three days of its delivery. Attach photos of the broken piece and damage to box. A replacement or a refund will depend upon the purchased item.


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