Antique White Rose Toothpaste Jar
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Antique White Rose Toothpaste Jar Width: 7cm Height: 4cm Breadth: 7cm 1890-1910 square 'White Rose Paste' Pot Lid from 'S. Maw, Son & Sons, London' still retains most of its original gold ban After 1910 the decline in the number and varieties of toothpaste being manufactured by High Street chemists was seen. After the first world war, there were few chemists left selling toothpaste in the small printed pots. As towns and cities rapidly expanded in the 1800s, manufacturers and retailers had to develop new methods for packaging and transporting the large number of household commodities required for domestic use or consumption. These newly developed ceramic containers soon became the standard of the day, housing numerous products that came in a paste form, such as bear's grease, cold cream, salves and ointments to edible pastes, shaving cream and... toothpaste. Most manufacturers and retailers went one step further, taking the opportunity to print advertising on the lids of the small pottery containers. As competition became fierce, manufacturers and retailers made wild and often false claims about the benefits of their product to out-manoeuvre the opposition. Because we declutter a lot of clients, we have a 129sqm showroom in Milnerton full of interesting items that you will find in a home, garage and or garden. We are selling these items on behalf of our decluttered clients. We also have gift vouchers available for your loved ones and card facilities! You are more than welcome to visit us. The Love Home Showroom Team.
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