Pontil Bottle Moss-Green 1700's Black-Glass Spirits Crude Lip + Sand Chip Base
Measuring about 12" High, This is an Original, Antique, "Free-Blown Late 18th. Century, Black-Glass "Spirits-Bottle" which is a Very Crude + Particularly Good Looking Example. The Bottle is Cylindrical, in Shape + has a Very Crude Twisted, Neck. The Top is an Exceptionally Crude, "Applied" Double-Sloping Collar Top / "Lip-Finish". There are Nice, Seed Bubbles, + Some Sand Particles, Through-Out the Bottle, + The Base, Features, a Domed, Kicked-Up, "Sand-Chip-Pontil-Scar". This Bottle may, well have been Blown, in an Early, American Colonial-Era Glass Works, but Could be made in England, or "The Continent" / Europe, as well. CONDITION: The Bottle is in Amazing "About Perfect", Original, Condition w/ NO FORMS OF "DAMAGE", NO CHIPS, NO CRACKS, NO OPEN-BUBBLES, NO "POT-STONE RADIATIONS", NO ABRASIONS, NO SCUFFS, NO "FLEA-BITES", NO DINGS. There is Some Very Light, Interior Cloudiness, that is Only, seen, in Bright-Light, but The Bottle is Very Clean + Nicely Displaying! The item "Pontil Bottle Moss-Green 1700's Black-Glass Spirits Crude Lip + Sand Chip Base" is in sale since Thursday, November 29, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Utility & Black Glass".
The seller is "bottleboyrobert" and is located in Hyannis, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Color: Deep Moss / Forrest-Green
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Unknown