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Vintage EYE WASH Pedestal Cup Clear Glass EYE CUP

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Vintage EYE WASH Pedestal Cup Clear Glass EYE CUP

Beautiful light LAVENDER original FANCY BEVELED antique EYE WASH CUP hand blown  | eBay

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Beautiful light LAVENDER original FANCY BEVELED antique EYE WASH CUP hand blown | eBay

Extremely Rare 1777 Sevres France Hard Paste Hand Painted Pedestal Eye Bath Wash Cup 18th century

Extremely Rare 1777 Sevres Hard Paste Hand Painted Pedestal Eye Bath Wash Cup

Extremely Rare 1777 Sevres France Hard Paste Hand Painted Pedestal Eye Bath Wash Cup 18th century

Vintage Creamware Eye Bath Wash Cup Early 1800'S | eBay

Vintage Creamware Eye Bath Wash Cup Early 1800'S | eBay

C 1765 Soft, Gilt French, Eye Bath, Irritated Eye, Medicamento Antiguos, Interesting Object, Bath Infection, Upper Class, Sevres Porcelain

C 1765 Soft, Gilt French, Eye Bath, Irritated Eye, Medicamento Antiguos, Interesting Object, Bath Infection, Upper Class, Sevres Porcelain

Vintage Eye Wash Cup $10 by ThriftHorseInc on Etsy

Vintage Eye Wash Cup

Vintage Eye Wash Cup $10 by ThriftHorseInc on Etsy

1760-1770 Chinese Eye cup in Historic Deerfield, Deerfield - From the curators' comments: " As early as the 17th century, western traders brought European forms in porcelain, pewter and silver to be copied by the Chinese, often for special orders; and by the 18th century, the Chinese potters were adept at producing these forms. The egg-shaped bowl of the cup was filled with water or solution of boric acid to soothe and wash out the eye."

1760-1770 Chinese Eye cup in Historic Deerfield, Deerfield - From the curators' comments: " As early as the 17th century, western traders brought European forms in porcelain, pewter and silver to be copied by the Chinese, often for special orders; and by the 18th century, the Chinese potters were adept at producing these forms. The egg-shaped bowl of the cup was filled with water or solution of boric acid to soothe and wash out the eye."

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