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.
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Walking lots after a soaking rain always turns up something. I know this one's common and machine made, but is there any way of dating the design styles of Campana's bottles over the decades?
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Gotta love those, I do!, Great buys.
Those are very nice! Love the hutch.
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