Victorian Silver Toiletry Label 'Toilet Vinegar'

William Summers, London 1885
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A rare Victorian silver Toiletry Label of plain cut-cornered rectangular form, incised for Toilet Vinegar.

By William Summers, London, 1885

Toilet Vinegar was a liquid consisting of diluted acetic acid as produced by the fermentation of wine with some other alcoholic liquors added for use as an emollient or as a restorative, particularly to prevent ladies from swooning or being overcome by heat.

Reserved - £285.00

Condition
In good condition with no damage or repair
Dimensions
H
15 mm (0.59 inches)
W
25 mm (0.98 inches)
Weight
3.70 Grams (0.12 troy ounces)
Country
England
Stock Code
CRFW17
Medium
Silver