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Dan2020

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Can anyone provide any identification on this bottle? It is 5 1/2" Tall, appears to be a cork top, has texture at the top on both sides, and a wading bird (heron?) in cattails on one side and blank on the other. The bottle also has what appears to be a capital T embossed on the bottom of the bottle. Any help is much appreciated.
 

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K6TIM

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It would have a sprinkler lip if it was a prefume.It could be a cologune bottle with bigger lip opening??
 

CanadianBottles

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It would have a sprinkler lip if it was a prefume.It could be a cologune bottle with bigger lip opening??
Plenty of perfumes didn't have sprinkler lips (not sure what a sprinkler lip is actually, but lots had glass stoppers or corks) but when I say perfume I mean more generally anything sold for the purpose of smelling nice, including colognes and things like eau de toilette.
 

K6TIM

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Can anyone provide any identification on this bottle? It is 5 1/2" Tall, appears to be a cork top, has texture at the top on both sides, and a wading bird (heron?) in cattails on one side and blank on the other. The bottle also has what appears to be a capital T embossed on the bottom of the bottle. Any help is much appreciated.

You might be right on the lip,but the bottle was way to big for Perfume bottles.Most were much smaller in size.I have one from 17th. century it even has a small lip.It is bigger than most but those day they were larger but not that large medium in size.Your looks like a pretty whiskey flask with swan embossed on it with what looks like a pineapple surface embossing.
 

K6TIM

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You might be right on the lip,but the bottle was way to big for Perfume bottles.Most were much smaller in size.I have one from 17th. century it even has a small lip.It is bigger than most but those day they were larger but not that large medium in size.Your looks like a pretty whiskey flask with swan embossed on it with what looks like a pineapple surface embossing.
 

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