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Green vase or condiment?

Jake2150

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Oct 18, 2020
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Curious if anyone has any thoughts on this piece. It is unique from anything else I’ve found. I’m guessing it’s an olive or condiment container, maybe a vase? Also any insight on age would be appreciated.
Lastly, The base has a rough texture, I’m thinking this is not considered to be a pontiled bottle but again, I don’t really know.
Thanks for looking
Jake
 

treeguyfred

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Mar 9, 2013
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Nice bottle! I think it's continental European, maybe capers or something like that.
Yes CB I agree... I was thinking capers or even pepper corns. I have seen light machine oil bottled in these types. Omega Oil came in ever evolving bottles like this from hand blown sheared and fire polished lips all the way to 1930s ABM.
But I digress... the most likely is what has been mentioned by CB ^
 

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