Add a touch of vintage charm to a shelf, dresser or cosy corner with this Edwardian Virol stoneware jar. Dating to around 1910, the jar is in great condition with some lovely surface bumps and bubbles in the glaze, characteristic of natural glazed stoneware. Free from cracks, chips or crazing and ready to be reloved.
Virol was a malt extract developed and produced by the Bovril company and was marketed as a food supplement, along with cod liver oil and dried milk in the campaign to nourish post-war children.
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This versatile little jar is the perfect container for a posy of wildflowers, holding paint brushes in your art studio or make-up brushes in your bedroom. It would also be a thoughtful gift for someone who collects Keiller jars and transferware.