Small pot lid with fractured base. The lid would have had a paper label. Pots of this sort were sold by local chemists, containing toothpaste, cold cream, bear’s grease and the like. Larger companies could afford transfer-printed labels, which had the advantage of not rubbing off if the pot became wet as such pots often did. (Toothpaste was supposed to be used with plenty of water.) From the School House in Bergh Apton.