Hello; we have a tall slender bottle with a 1800′s bathing beauty wearing a knee length bating suit embossed the full side of the clear glass bottle. There are no markings or names.. Can you give us any idea of what this is? What other information would you want?
Trying to identify a bottle I can’t seem to find anything like it or information of any kind.
Actually two of the same. One is larger.
They are round, flattened colbalt blue handing bottle. Hand blown mark on bottom.
Top Smaller one is Approximately:
6″ tall Front is wide width 51/2″ and 1 3/4″ side width.
Top has a glass loop handles on either side measuring 4 1/4 :\” f
from end to end.
2: round mouth.
Some opinions have been possibly a flytrap or Mexican flask. I’m not so sure.
Any information or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Hello, My name is Wendy. I have what appears to be an antique bottle and was wondering if you had seen anything like it. It’s very qnique and difficult to describe. I would like to send you a photo but am not able to attach it to this message. It is almost 8″ tall, round diamater of 4″. It has a ornate metal top & bottom. And covered with an ornate metal design. It may be from Germany or some where in Europe. It was passed down from my Gread Grandmother who was from Hamburg, Germany. It has faint leters embosed on the outside of the bottle. The letters are very difficult to read due to the metal design: KOYTEOYPEAHE??? Doesn’t make sense. Thank you in advance for your opinion.
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