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On offer is an arresting folk art embellished bottle from 1888 or 1868, either created by Hattie or dedicated to her memory. The existing attributes of the bottle have been used to form the composition -- four decorative rectangles molded into the glass have been accentuated with the letters REST, making this a bottle of rest. As in "Rest in Peace"? Pansies are painted above, symbolizing remembrance, as in "I think of thee," (according to the antique Meaning of Flowers book I consulted). Everywhere else the bottle has been painted a rich greige -- the paint used throughout appears to be oil paint.

The cork is intact, meaning the REST is probably still in there. Unusual, excellent and one of a kind. Decent antique condition with some wear to the paint as shown. Stands 9 inches tall.

Bottle of Rest -- 1888 or 1868 -- Folk Art -- Mourning


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: glass, oil paint
  • Only ships within United States.
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