Historical information

Used to either irrigate the eye, instill medicated drops or other uses such as for wound irrigation or the evacuation of fluid under the skin, canula's or eye droppers as they are commonly called were used both in homes and hospitals during the late 1880s and the early 1900s and were commonly available at Chemists.

Physical description

canula, glass or eye dropper finely tapered at one end and at the other is the open ended bulb.