Infant feeding bottle

Made:
1935-1945 in England
maker:
Unknown

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Glass infant's feeding bottle with cleaning brush in original box, Griptight miniature feeder, c. 1940. Overhead view
Science Museum Group Collection
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Glass infant's feeding bottle, Griptight miniature feeder, unsigned, England, 1935-1945

This glass infant's feeding bottle came boxed with a rubber teat, rubber valve, and cleaning brush. It is shown here with its original packaging.

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Science Museum: Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries

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Details

Category:
Nursing & Hospital Furnishings
Object Number:
A625801 Pt4
Materials:
cardboard, glass, plastic (unidentified), steel (metal)
Measurements:
bottle: 54 mm x 142 mm x 60 mm, 0.0945 kg
box: 65 mm x 141 mm x 61 mm, 0.0159 kg
brush: 35 mm x 115 mm x 65 mm, 0.0052 kg
type:
feeding bottle
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • infant feeder
credit:
Loan, Wellcome Trust

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