4 glass vials filled with antique garden seeds from the United Kingdom, just waiting to be added to your collection - so many ways to use this set!
The garden seeds in this set are from a larger collection (as shown in the last photo). The garden seeds were collected in the United Kingdom, and have been stored in glass vials since around the 1910s. There are a total of 29 glass vials in this collection (available separately), and each of the glass vials appears to contain a different kind of garden seed. Some of the vials have the plant name written on paper inside the vials. Because the seeds have been stored for so long, the seeds may no longer be viable to plant and grow. The glass vials in this set (and in the other sets listed) are being sold as decorative pieces only.
The garden seed vials would look great on display in a curio cabinet! If you prefer, turn each vial into a piece of jewelry or a work of art. And if you have a green thumb, you could even try growing the seeds!
From the labels on the glass vials:
- Chewings Fescue, Festuca ubr var.
- Rumex acetosella
- Unmarked (probably a grass seed of some kind)
We have more individual vial sets from this large collection available separately. Choose your favorites, or make it a large set!
This set of glass vials is in very good vintage condition, especially considering they are around 100 years old. The glass vials are intact and include the original corks. We have not tried to remove the corks - they may be brittle and we didn't want to take the chance of breaking them. The garden seeds inside the corks are exactly as shown. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 4 Glass Vials filled with Heirloom Garden Seeds (as shown, more sets are available separately)
- Product Material: Glass, Cork, Garden Seeds
- Product Color: Clear Glass, Natural Cork, Brown, Yellow, Black seeds
- Product Dimensions: vials are 2" tall without cork
More from this collection
RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Have a Question?
Be the first to ask a question about this.