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Antique Bronze Alloy Mortar&pestle Goblet Medical Apothecary Herbs Drugs Yqz For Sale

Antique Bronze Alloy Mortar&pestle Goblet Medical Apothecary Herbs Drugs Yqz

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Possibly Greek - Turned Brass/Bronze Heavy GOOD SHAPE

Related Mortar & Pestle with near same side designs. From the family of Kostasplus Konstantinos Trovas, with the following statement: This Mortar and Pestle is around 100 years old. Given to my grandmother at her wedding. Obviously it has been used thousands of times and can be used thousands more. Made from heavy bronze alloy.





















































































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Up in this sale is a vintage mortar & pestle, goblet form. Solid turned brass or bronze alloy, it has two inner rings and a series of rings texturized on the outside. The mortar measures approx. 4 7/8" high and 4 1/4" across the top. The pestle is approx. 8 3/4" long. We found this on wikipedia:

The mortar is a bowl, typically made of hard wood, metal, ceramic or stone. The pestle is a heavy club-shaped object, the end of which is used for crushing and grinding. The substance to be ground is placed in the mortar and ground, crushed or mixed with the pestle. Sometimes referred to as an "Apothecary Grinder" by individuals unfamiliar with its use, the proper historical name is "mortar and pestle". The mortar and pestle is usually utilised when cooking and when crushing ingredients for a certain drug in pharmacies. It can also be used in masonry and in other types of construction.

The English word mortar derives from classical Latin mortarium, meaning, among several other usages, "receptacle for pounding" and "product of grinding or pounding". The classical Latin pistillum, meaning "pounder", led to English pestle. The Roman poet Juvenal applied both mortarium and pistillum to articles used in the preparation of drugs, reflecting the early use of the mortar and pestle as a pharmacist's or apothecary's symbol. The antiquity of these tools is well documented in early writing, such as the Egyptian Ebers Papyrus of ~1550 BCE (the oldest preserved piece of medical literature) and the Old Testament (Numbers 11:8 and Proverbs 27:22).

Mortars and pestles were traditionally used in pharmacies to crush various ingredients prior to preparing an extemporaneous prescription. The mortar and pestle, along with the Rod of Asclepius, the Orange Cross, and others, is one of the most pervasive symbols of pharmacology, along with the show globe. For pharmaceutical use, the mortar and the head of the pestle are usually made of porcelain, while the handle of the pestle is made of wood. This is known as a Wedgwood mortar and pestle and originated in 1779. Today the act of mixing ingredients or reducing the particle size is known as trituration. Mortars and pestles are also used as drug paraphernalia to grind up pills to speed up absorption when they are ingested, or in preparation for insufflation.

Mortars are also used in cooking to prepare ingredients such as guacamole, gazpacho and pesto (which derives its name from the pestle pounding), as well as grinding spices into powder. The molcajete, a version used by pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican cultures including the Aztec and Maya, stretching back several thousand years, is made of basalt and is used widely in Mexican cooking. Other Native American nations use mortars carved into the bedrock to grind acorns and other nuts. Many such depressions can be found in their territories.

In Japan, very large mortars are used with wooden mallets to prepare mochi. A regular sized Japanese mortar and pestle are called a suribachi and surikogi, respectively. Granite mortars and pestles are used in Southeast Asia, as well as Pakistan and India. In India, it's used extensively to make spice mixtures for various delicacies as well as day to day dishes. With the advent of motorized grinders, use of the mortar and pestle has decreased. It is traditional in various Hindu ceremonies (such as weddings, and upanayanam) to crush turmeric in these mortars. Estimated shipping weight, (packaged) is 5 lbs 8 oz in a 12 x 12 x 12 box. The Calculator is not always right - if the shipping looks too high email us and we will give you an accurate quote prior to the sale ending. ************ What a great find!
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