New dump need some help with type and year.

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I think I found the older part of a huge dump, then winter set in. There's seams it looks like waves going around the bottle. I'm guessing before 1910,probably from Europe. To bad a slick, nice looking and cleaned up nicely.
 

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Probably European and that kick-up is "very interesting."
--Henry Gibson

Maybe a sparkling wine, individual size.
 

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It's in good enough shape almost looks newer?
 

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That's an unusual one for sure, never seen one before. It's like a wine with a design based off of a Worcestershire sauce bottle.
 

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I think I found the older part of a huge dump, then winter set in. There's seams it looks like waves going around the bottle. I'm guessing before 1910,probably from Europe. To bad a slick, nice looking and cleaned up nicely.
Sorry forgot the NO seams.
That's an unusual one for sure, never seen one before. It's like a wine with a design based off of a Worcestershire sauce bottle.
Darn slicks, the bottom is so smooth, than circular waves and the crude top. It's pretty rough digging I had to go 5 ft.and didn't hit bottom yet. I'm leaning towards hand blown. Spring time can't get here fast enough.
 

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Sorry forgot the NO seams.
Darn slicks, the bottom is so smooth, than circular waves and the crude top. It's pretty rough digging I had to go 5 ft.and didn't hit bottom yet. I'm leaning towards hand blown. Spring time can't get here fast enough.
It's a turn-mold bottle, those were pretty common in Europe up to the early 20th century. Many European bottles don't have any seams.
 

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I agree. It surely has that Worcestershire look
 

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