Awesome find. I would leave it as is. I Tried to remove a small bim from a rusted layer as hard as cement. The bottle didn't make it, because the glass was so thin. Thanks for sharing. Buster
I would break it down. Canít really admire the bottles as they are and for me personally, I would rather be able to see the glass than have in the condition it is now. Everyone has their own taste. You do what feels right for you
I would say to slowly chisel them out.
See if you can get a couple out, if one breaks, leave as is.
Ive got this Kist textured glass bottle, dont know much about old bottles was just wondering about this one, cant find anything on this particular bottle, year it was made/rarity.
Can not find anything about this company on internet.
Front of Bottle has the following
trade mark rec us pat off
min contents 6 oz
Rear of the bottle at bottom
Nice finds. We talked about use of muriatic acid in cleaning bottles the other day. Don't use it on ceramics or painted label bottles. Can't say on the other cleaning agents suggested by others.
Thanks Jim! That's good to know!
Form of bottle would put it late 1880s to as late as 1910, plus or minus.
Thank you! Cheap, easy, definitely trying this.