Westchester Medical Society
All different sizes ranging from 2.5"-by-3" to 1"-by-2"
These glass cups were stored in a leather doctor's bag and used for a procedure called "cupping". Cups were placed on the patient’s skin causing suction. Cupping was thought to mobilize the blood and improve circulation and was often used in controlled bleeding. These cups may have been hand blown, as no two cups are alike.