For your consideration is this circa 1820 black glass wine bottle from Emmanuel College in England. This early piece is in absolutely fantastic condition with NO DAMAGE and shiny clean glass. Never in the ground, never tumbled, truly attic mint. Appears to have been blown in a dip mold as there are no visible mold seams. This bottle features a rough pontil scar in a deep push up and a crude applied double ring donut collar.
The applied lower body seal is boldly embossed EMMAN. Glass is whittled with bubbles and stretch marks in the neck. The color is more amber than olive green when backlit (see last photo). The bottle stands 11.5 tall and is very heavy for its size.
There are several different variations of this bottle. This is an early one. If it doesn't sell I'm happy to keep it on the shelf. I want it to arrive in your collection in the same condition it leaves mine. Thanks for taking a look!
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Bottles & Insulators\Bottles\Antique (Pre-1900)\Utility & Black Glass". The seller is "h2onomad" and is located in this country: US.
This item can be shipped to United States.