circa: Early 1900s
An oversized green glass bonbonne demijohn bottle, circa 1920. Wonderful green hand-blown glass was pressed into a mold and retains its ripples and bubbles. The mouth is 1.75" wide with a rim. Short, narrow neck and a large, round belly. Originally used to transport various liquids, it would have had a straw or wicker wrap with handles. Makes a great accent piece and interesting vase.
Condition: Very good antique condition. A few minute chips at the mouth, a couple lines of thin scuffs around the body.
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