A lot of 3 antique (possibly vintage) glass medicinal bottles in three heights and colors. The tallest bottle is 5-7/8 inch tall, and thin at approx. 5/8 inch wide. The sides are inset / receded, one feeling more so that the other. This bottle appears to be unmarked as to maker, as I find nothing on either of the four side panels and what may be a "1" on the underside. (At first glance, I thought it may be a vertical seam, but after studying it a bit more, I'm less certain...
A wonderful war-era perfume bottle with a daisy stopper, manufactured in the USA by Imperial Glass for Irving W. Rice & Co. of New York (IRice) in the early 1940s. The flat flower stopper is entirely smooth on one side, while the other side has a moulded diamond-point texture, which helps to catch and play with the light. The bottle itself measures 2-1/2" high and 2-3/4" wide, with the stopper bringing the assembled height to 5-3/4". The stopper has a shallow flake on the..
Vintage E.G. Booz's Old Cabin Whiskey House glass figural bottle in aqua blue. The bottle's beveled roof has the year 1840 embossed on one side, with the name (E.G. Booz's Old Cabin Whiskey) embossed on the other side as well as one side of the house. The opposite side of the cabin or house shows the address: 120 Walnut St., Philadelphia.This bottle stands approx. 7-5/8 inch high, 4-1/16 inch wide, and 3 inch deep (at the roof line), and has a round recessed area on ..
To the average person, it looks like a green glass violin bottle with embossed musical notes, but seasoned collectors will recognize this is a more challenging LV viobot to acquire. With a curved measure of music notes near the shoulders, across the back, the determining element — an embossed JAPAN on the underside — confirms this bottle is of the uncommon type, harder to find. Research suggests these were made in the 1980s, although given the Japan manufacture, I would have ..