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Hello my much more knowledgeable collectors. I picked up what I believe to be an 1800s Ginger Beer stoneware bottle. I have seen others with a similar emblem with the TRADE REGISTERED MARK MANCHESTER, but different manufacturer (Daviers & Son). The bottle is about 7-1/4" X 2-7/8". In the photo, the top of the spout appears blue, but it is just a darker brown. I can't make out the name, and I hope someone can help with the name and approximate age. Thanks!
 

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Hello my much more knowledgeable collectors. I picked up what I believe to be an 1800s Ginger Beer stoneware bottle. I have seen others with a similar emblem with the TRADE REGISTERED MARK MANCHESTER, but different manufacturer (Daviers & Son). The bottle is about 7-1/4" X 2-7/8". In the photo, the top of the spout appears blue, but it is just a darker brown. I can't make out the name, and I hope someone can help with the name and approximate age. Thanks!
I think it says Robinuttall. I'm by no means an expert on stoneware bottles, but I would say late 1800s?
 

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