This little case was billed as an Edwardian medical set.
Leather-wrapped wood and lined with velvet.
Holes cut just so for specific bottles and vials.
I am not convinced, however, that I would like to be on the receiving end of the contents of these bottles.
Phenol Phthaleine was used as a laxative before its carcinogenic properties were fully understood.
Sulfuric acid was used to treat canker sores, but is highly corrosive to metal, stone, skin, eyes, and flesh.
The clear jar is unlabeled.
Whitish blobs in an orangey-yellow viscous liquid.
Just as the doctor ordered.