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How to Frankenstein bottles?

ROBBYBOBBY64

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NICE!!!! That is a cooool look! have you done this to other bottles? ~Fred
I could do that to any bottle. I have loads of hobbleskirts. I think i may do another or two. I wanted to make a windchime out of it. I have loads of other things to do. Not enough hours in a day. Maybe i will finish it one day.
 

ROBBYBOBBY64

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I was lucky enough to apply this blobs top to it's top after found in bottom of privy with broken off top. In person nobody can tell, even after I tell them & they look closer. A super Rare 1870's Bottle. LEON.View attachment 205642View attachment 205643View attachment 205644
Beautiful job Hemi! Can i ask what adhesive you used. I use an industial strength glass epoxy. I just have a hard time with color bleaching out in the sun. I like putting bottles in the window. I don't like the solid pigments because they thicken the epoxy and i sometimes get air bubbles. I have been leaving it clear. I don't fix that many and i thank God for that.
 

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