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    Perfume or Mini Wine ???

    I dug this bottle about 20 years ago it was in a dump we were digging with bottles from 1820-1890.It is completely hand blown to the best of my knowledge has a very crude and sloppy Applied top. Color is a life green beautiful in the light. I have looked at shows scoured the Internet and have no clue what it cloud be besides possibly a cologne or mini wine bottle . It is pretty small about 5 inches and has a kick up bottom. Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks
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    Senior Member Bottle Master sandchip's Avatar
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    I think you've narrowed it down to the two most likely uses, but beyond that I can't say. Nice little turn mold find!

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    Thanks Sandchip this was always one of my favorite finds . It is amazing how thin it is and was still intact in the middle of a dump. Very sloppy top that makes it.



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