Infant's feeding bottle

Made:
1935-1965 in Selly Oak
maker:
Griptight

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Timeline of infant feeding bottles. SCM - Nursing & Hospital Furnishings From left to right: A625799: Glass infant's
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Glass infant's feeding bottle, the Grip-tight miniature feeder, made by Lewis Woolf Ltd., Birmingham, 1935-1965. SCM -
Science Museum Group Collection
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Timeline of infant feeding containers. SCM - Nursing & Hospital Furnishings From left to right: A625684: Glass and
Science Museum Group Collection
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Glass infant's feeding bottle in original box, the Grip-tight miniature feeder, made by Lewis Woolf Ltd., Birmingham, 1935-1965

Details

Category:
Nursing & Hospital Furnishings
Object Number:
A625800
Materials:
bottle, glass, box, paper, teats, rubber, valve, rubber
Measurements:
overall (box): 64 mm x 58 mm x 148 mm,
type:
feeding bottles child care (feeding), child care (feeding), feeding bottles
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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