Acetometer with box

Made by Long, Joseph in London, England, 1820-1860.

An acetometer with box, made by Joseph Long, 20 Little Tower Street, London, England, 1820-1860

An acetometer, made of glass and brass which consists of four pieces. a long test tube with measurements down the side in white ink, a brass tap, two small glass test tubes and litmus paper.

A box for acetometer, made of wood and felt, rectangular in shape it consists of a lid and a base joined together at one side with brass hinges and secured at the other with two eyes and hooks. Inside of box ha...

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An acetometer with box, made by Joseph Long, 20 Little Tower Street, London, England, 1820-1860

An acetometer, made of glass and brass which consists of four pieces. a long test tube with measurements down the side in white ink, a brass tap, two small glass test tubes and litmus paper.

A box for acetometer, made of wood and felt, rectangular in shape it consists of a lid and a base joined together at one side with brass hinges and secured at the other with two eyes and hooks. Inside of box has velvet lining and compartments for each acetometer part.

Production

Long, Joseph 1820-1860

Source

Gift of Tooth & Company Ltd under the Australian Government's Tax Incentives for the Arts Scheme, 1986

Cite this Object

Acetometer with box 2016, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 March 2017, <https://ma.as/65109>
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