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Raised, art deco design on the sides and back. The original rustic, scratched up and rusty-looking yellow metal tops can be screwed off easily and are in pretty good shape, despite the way they look.

These were originally used as spice bottles, and the spice names (white pepper, whole cloves, poultry seasoning, marjoram, paprika, allspice, and Griffith's, the milk glass bottle maker) are written in black on the bottle, so they won't peel off. Nevertheless, the 'white' in 'white pepper has come off a bit.

I use them for candy instead, filling each one with a different colour of M&M. Or if I'm in the mood, Maltesers. Mmmm. Life is sweet. Who cares about calories?

No chips or cracks on the milk glass. In very good vintage condition.

Height: a little over 4"
Width: 1.75"

Shipped to you bubble wrapped in a box.

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1930s 6 Antique Art Deco Style Milk Glass Bottles

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Material: glass metal
  • Feedback: 5010 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Toronto, Canada
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