A wonderful condition 18th Century Dutch black glass onion form wine bottle, circa 1700 1730. This free blown bottle is deep, dark olive green in color.The form is an early bulbous shape. It has a high cone shape kicked up underside; a sharp, circular pontil scar; and a tapering neck with an applied overlapping string rim.
Typically, these early wine bottles have minor cracks or chips. The condition of this bottle is perfect with no chips, dings, or cracks. It is in untouched original condition.The surface is clean and bright, especially for a nearly 300 year old bottle. If you are looking for a distinguished, unpolished, and legitimate early 18th century onion form wine bottle, they dont get much better. Height of the bottle is approximately 7 inches and the body diameter is 6 inches. For further information see Roger Dumbrell.
Understanding Antique Wine Bottles , 1983, p. This bottle will make a wonderful early 18th century decorative accessory, a decanter for actual use in serving wine, or a highlight addition to your dealer inventory. This is a desirable antique wine bottle that will look great on an early scrub top tavern table. The item "A Fine 18th Century Dutch Onion Black Glass Wine Bottle, circa 1730" is in sale since Thursday, October 11, 2018.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Utility & Black Glass". The seller is "swampland-trading-co" and is located in Hoboken, Georgia.
This item can be shipped to United States.