A refined glass vase packed full of colourful and aromatic dry herbs.
A versatile and original home accessory to give or to be given.
The jar was created by Florentine craftsmen and is a faithful reproduction of an 18th-century specimen held at the Aboca Museum.
The 'Albarello' is sealed by a hand made fabric doily and satin band. A greetings card is tied to the band and bears a wonderful botanic image.
The dry herbs within the vessel are merely for decoration and are not suitable for dietary use. They may also vary according to the season: Aboca is committed to always guaranteeing the quality and fragrance of the selected herbs.
An Albarello was a typical pharmacy container. It is characterised by its particular cylindrical shape, wider at the base and at the mouth, reminiscent of a bamboo cane. This is particularly significant because in ancient times drugs came from the East in bamboo canes.