Colonial Utility Bottle
Year: 18th century - early 19th century
This early utility bottle made during the colonial period is a attic bottle.A rare survivor! it sits as clean as the day it was made.A couple interior bubbles one large one still has remnants of it content,probably whiskey,there is an old possibly original cork still sitting on top although it has shrunken over time confirming this bottle sat in a safe location.The form is the Wistar style but could have been made at one of several bottle factories in the Mid-Atlantic area..Amalung,Glassboro,Malaga or Philadelphia.Impossible to say with certainty.A good clean example for your collection priced to sell. Just over 9 inched tall.