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Vintage vinegar bottle, commonly called Carrie Nation, although it wasn't named after the ax-wielding temperance crusader when it was originally manufactured. Colorless pressed glass, she has marks on her base which read "Des. Pat. 81611, with a 2 under that and a 2, some kind of symbol and a 5 under that. Really I can't imagine where the Carrie Nation moniker came from, to me she looks like Mary Poppins with her umbrella and bag.

Interestingly, she is partially painted. The paint has worn away in some places. Vintage upcycling at it's finest.

She stands 9" tall and her base is 2 5/8".

This bottle is from the 1930s or 40s, but it is a copy of a bottle in the Brooklyn Museum from the late 19th century.

There are no nicks or chippies. She is in excellent condition.

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Vintage Carrie Nation figural vinegar bottle


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: glass
  • Only ships within United States.
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