Most came in a basic cylinder or hourglass shape, like those made by the Gourmet Pie Cup company, while rare versions had a pair of vertical “wings” dividing the pie in half to allow for two different filling flavors.Mass-produced successors of these advertising ventilators were typically solid-colored ceramic chimneys with a round base and slender funnel-shaped spout.A nineteenth century Guy's Hospital patient's drinking mug.The mug has a rust red colour Guy's crest just below the rim on the outer face opposite the handle. Pointing the mouse over a Display Image label will display the illustrations.Used in the construction of the famous China tea clippers such as the Thermopylae and Cutty Sark.Trade paperback, 120 pp, with bibliography, notes, many illustrations in black and white.
Seller's Description small scuff on front wrapper (cover) & previous owner's ink stamp on inside front cover otherwise a clean, unmarked, complete very good paperback in decorative wrappers (soft cover book).
Meanwhile in England, ceramic artist Clarice Cliff designed pie birds for well-known English pottery AJ Wilkinson.
Gunpowder is the first physical explosive and propellant.
Donated By: Guy's Hospital (191) 19th Century, straight sided cylindrical water white glass jar with applied circular blue glass seal below the top rim. The body has three moulded vertical seams; the centre rib in the bottle dips down slightly towards the label, which is a glass covered inset label. (202) Lung Tonic Bottle with Cork Stopper Owbridge's Hull An aqua green glass Lung Tonic bottle with sloping shoulders.
The seal is stamped with capital letters 'GUY' and below this 'S' (Guy's Hospital seal). earlier) A small ribbed green glass bottle with a square grip closure and a spring around its neck holding a small tin bell. The bell is on an expanding wire spring bottle necklace and warns a chemist of dangerous contents. It has a cork closure, and is marked "Owbridge's, Hull".