Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps
Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps

Amber "Safety" Glass Pump Dispenser with Modern Apothecary Label and Choice of Pumps

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Worried about shattering glass? This "safety" glass bottle is coated in plastic, which is easier to grasp, harder to break, and is designed to contain the contents in case of a break, rather than shattering over the floor area. Even with safety glass, shower use is not recommended without a secure location. (Glass is heavy! Also consider a plastic bottle.)
The amber 16 oz glass bottle comes with your choice of pump and designer "Modern Apothecary" chrome accented label.  Choose between the black plastic or 304 grade stainless steel pump in a variety of finishes. The bottles are 2 3/4" in diameter and around 8.5" tall. The designer label blends vintage charm with modern chrome accents. Choose the text you'd like on your label, mix and match to make a set!

 

Create a spa-like, uncluttered bathroom -- replace mismatched product containers with glass bottles featuring a cohesive line of premium quality modern labels. The labels are a durable metallized polypropylene-- waterproof and chemical-resistant. Refill, and reuse!

Note: Because they are visually almost indistinguishable, to save time on photography we are using the photos of plain glass. Also, color differences in photos are due to lighting.