I purchased this ponytail bottle and was wondering if anyone can identify it . It is 11 and 1/2 inches tall. When I hold it to the light it looks dark green but almost black without the light. The bottom is misshaped and it doesn’t sit level.
I think it's a continental bottle -- not French, though.
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Thanks I’ll have to search them online.
Yeah I'm thinking the same thing. European in origin, and I don't think that's a pontil on the base either.
Is it possible this is the way some people “embossed” their bottles before we started doing actual embossing as we know today?
I have another couple bottles I’m a bit stumped on as well. This Pen-Mar bottle has the actual address from Norfolk. Appears to be the original label. No pontil mark but seems to have a mark maybe...
I have the same thoughts! ☹️ Did a ton or research on it and never found anything about Dr Brown carrot bitters. Thanks a ton for the info!
Can't see the pictures, but i wish i could. Any thoughts?
Hopefully you found some complete ones to help you get over those criers? If so, pictures!
I don't know what years you would define as the early 20th century but they were absolutely being commonly used by European and Asian bottlers, at least for export products, by the 1920s or so. I...
DO you mean 'Applied Crown Lips" as I thought are rare in American bottles and common overseas...………. thanks for your response