Package included :20 x Cork Glass Bottles Vials 2ml. Material: Borosilicate Glass+ Cork. Size : 16 x 35 mm (Without Cork) 2.Our goal is to make sure you are a happy buyer and have a pleasant shopping with us.
DESCRIPTION: Very clean,salt glazed ginger beer measuring 19cm high with all the hallmarks of being thrown on the potters wheel at Jonathan Leak's Pottery, Sydney (Leak died in 1838) I have stamped versions of Leak's bottles and the glaze lip formation on this one is extremely similar.
DESCRIPTION: Here is an 1850s hamilton that we can date with a bit of confidence as is evidenced by this advertisement on Thursday, May 25, 1854 in the London Morning Post: "SPLENDID ORANGEADE and LEMONADE for EPSOM RACES.—One dozen of each for 6s.
Love the graphics on this antique English pot lid. It has a few minor chips round the edge comensurate with age. And I think on the back rim there is a restoration but its a good example and displays really nicely.
DESCRIPTION: Here is an 1880s Western Victoria hamilton that we can date with a bit of confidence around the 1883-1888 period which was when James Jackson held both the Colac Brewery the Mt Leura Brewery in Camperdown.
This tray is in excellent condition and all detailing is sharp. This tray is from my personal collection and has not been offered for sale before. The manufacturers mark TTW Co. in an entwined loop is on the reverse.
Very old porter bottle .So crude for this crown seal type Has 3 glass cuts in front base is crude and lip is savage hate to neck it. All these things I would say are in manufacturing along with the ratty label maybe 1920-40s PICK Up Ok.
Vol: 6ml. This listing includes:20 Small glass bottles. Item will arrive in 12-20 working days with checking number. Please do not leave the nagetive feedback or low DSR starts (4.6 or less), we will try everything to fix the problem.
FOR SALE is this stunning clear glass cannister with good fitting lid. Made of a good quality cobalt blue glass. In very good condition apart from a couple of little chips to the inside of the lid (cannot be seen when the lid is on).
Beam’s Choice : Collector’s Edition - Volume X , a series of three collectable bottles from 1975, each featuring a reproduction of a fish painting by James Lockhart. This is the first one, depicting a Largemouth Bass.
Beam’s Choice : Collector’s Edition - Volume X , a series of three collectable bottles from 1975, each featuring a reproduction of a fish painting by James Lockhart. This is the second one, depicting a Rainbow Trout.
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