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  1. Apothecary's jar

    Expanding on another suggestion today, how about an Apothecary's jar for storage and preservation of certain items. Make it a clay jar large enough to hold 100 HCs or x.xx amount of liquid. There is also a clay lid and a leather gasket. Tar and wire are used to seal it. Once filled and gasket and tar applied, it is heated to searing until sealed. The seal preserves everything inside until the seal is broken. The seal is broken when you open it, or once the decay of the jar hits 50%. The jar is unrepairable or mendable. This would give us a way to preserve not only HCs, but olive oil for compasses, maple syrup, dyes, most of the items we can't put in bsbs or fsbs now. And since the jar decays and can't be fixed, it keeps the idea that nothing lasts forever. You would have to remake your jars from time to time to keep your items preserved. As a side bonus, this could give pottery a big shot in the arm as to usefulness.