The ORIENTAL TOOTH PASTE pot lid measures about 3 inches in diameter, sports a marbled exterior and is in very nice condition with a few faint edge chips to the base. There is a slight variance in color between the top and base.
The WOODS CHERRY TOOTH PASTE pot lid measures over 2.5" in diameter, sports red printing on top and is in very good condition. This container has some small chips on the interior edge of the base.
Displayed together as a pair or individually, these dental pot lids will add visual interest to your collection!
This awesome tool of the trade includes many unused burs housed in their original, individual boxes. A detailed, complete label is pasted on the interior lid and is in good condition.
The hardwood case measures 11" L x 5.5" W x 3" H and has wear to the finish commensurate with age and use.
This instrument is called a BURTONS VITALOMETER, and was used to measure the health of the tooth pulp.
The case measures 12" tall x 8.5" across x 4.25" deep and is in very good condition. This attractive cabinet sports a 6", circular, front window and comes with all the parts and electrical components as seen in the photos. I have not verified whether this tool functions, but was told that all of the dental instruments were still in use up until the time of the previous owner's retirement.
A unique, visually interesting, piece to add to one's dental collection!
The instrument is made of what appears to be aluminum or stainless steel and is in in excellent condition. The syringe measures about 14 inches long x 3.5 inches wide. The box is complete and a bit tattered -- primarily at the seams. It sports 2 detailed labels as pictured. An unusual and rarely found dental tool of the trade.
Measuring just over 2.25 inches high, the lithography and Art Nouveau imagery are quite stunning. The condition is wonderfully preserved with minimal and faint paint loss to the tin. The box is complete and has minor wear from age and storage and sports its Art Nouveau styling similar to the tin. Just great!
The sign advertises the office of "James H. Groom. Dentist.", and remains in fine condition with deep-toned, original patina and with some very minor warping due to its many years of age. The lettering is actually impressed into the surface and is painted black. Any white marks appearing on the front of the sign are due only to light/sun reflection---the sign has a very even-toned coloration.
The sign has a hole at each corner to facilitate hanging, or it may be easily displayed upon a shelf!
A fabulous , rich-looking display piece with great "eye appeal"!