A Very Large Vintage Green Glass Bottle


Origin: English
Period: Twentieth Century
Provenance: Unknown
Date: c.1930
Height: 19 inches
Circumference: 42 inches (at largest point)
Neck Circumference: 6 inches

A large and bulbous blown green glass bottle, possibly originally used for fermenting wine (a carboy), or storing chemicals or water.

Attractively uneven in shape, and of a rich forest green, this is a brilliantly useful object, all you need to do is decide what to store in it – coins perhaps (though try carrying it to the bank when full); snakes; your prized collection of origami clowns; or an entire eco-system; with moss, and snails, and things, that would be our suggestion.