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Antique seafoam aquamarine crown-top beverage bottles (circa 1892-1893).

This listing is for one bottle. If you are interested in more than one, please send us a message, and we will arrange a listing for you.

These bottles were hand-blown in a mold. They are made from a heavy, wavy, unevenly distributed glass filled with bubbles, stretch marks, and pot stones. The bottoms are embossed and read "D.B. 92" and "D.B. 93". These are the initials of the glass blower and the dates that the bottles were blown. I dug up about 20 of these bottles in a Victorian-age dump site.

The bottles measure 9 1/3" tall and 2 1/3" wide. They are in great condition- no chips, cracks, or breaks, and very little wear and scratching on the exterior of the bottle. There are varying degrees of hazing and reside build-up inside each, but much of it should wash out with a good bottle brush.

The perfect bottles for die-hard bottle collectors. These would also look great displayed on a window sill or as a table centerpiece! Just add flowers for a romantic and rustic look.

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Antique Bottles-c1892 Sea Foam Aquamarine Beverage Bottles


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: bottle, glass, antique bottle, vintage bottle, hand blown bottle, soda pop bottle, blue glass
  • Only ships within United States.
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