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Four small, antique amber glass bottles for your own personal specimen collection! These beautiful bottles were dug up in a ravine which once served as a local dump site for glass waste, such as bottles, jars, and lightbulbs, as well as unwanted pottery, ceramics, and china. From the embossing found on a few of the bottles from this location, my best guess is that these pieces date from between 1900-1930. Scratches, stains, and minor imperfections are a result of being discarded and buried for many years, though they are free from cracks or chips. The largest bottle is 4.75" tall, while the smallest is a petite 2.75" tall. These look lovely sitting on a window sill, and would be great to store all the tiny treasures you find in nature!

(Note: each bottle comes with a cork, though the corks are new and not original to the bottles.)


(No. 084)

Small Vintage Specimen Bottles. Antique amber glass apothecary bottles.

Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1920s
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 189 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people