2 Dram Jar
A dram is a unit of mass that was used since the times of Ancient Greece. It originated from the name of the Greek coin, a drachma, and is linked to the weight of this coin in the early epochs. There was also the Roman dram, which was a little lighter (roughly 3.41 grams) from the Greek dram (about 4.37 grams).
However, in modern times, a dram is used as a unit of volume equaling 1/8th ounce or 3.7 milliliters. Therefore, this jar is a small glass container that can hold up to 7 milliliters.
1 13/18″ x 1/2″
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