Davis Vegetable PainKiller
This is for one, small edition, ceramic slip cast reproduction of a Davis Vegetable Pain Killer Bottle circa 1840 -1940 origins Providence, RI.
Standing at 5 inches 1 1/2 wide and just over 3/4 in deep this little guy looks like your typical medicine bottle.
Davis Vegetable Pain Killer was created in 1840 and is believed to be the first nationally advertised remedy for pain. Creator Perry Davis even patented the term “Pain Killer” in 1845, vegetable, refers to it being an opium derivative. In production for over 100 years, it is said to have been given to both soldiers and horses during The Civil War. As well as being reference by Mark Twain “Those who could run away did, those who could not drenched themselves in cholera preventatives and my mother chose Perry Davis’ Pain Killer for me.”
Top quality, food grade corks available.
Food Safe, Hand Wash Only.
Quantities and colors are limited.
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.
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