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Infant feeding bottle, 19th century

Infant feeding bottle, 19th century

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Glass baby feeder dating from nineteenth century England. This would be filled with liquid food or 'pap' (usually a combination of milk, bread, flour and sugar) which the infant could suck through the teat-like spout. This was supplementary to breast feeding.

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