This offering may be currently off-site. Bottles are mold seams; click to see through the bottle. Once in the Charles Gardner collection and the Mebane collection, both important collections. The bottle survives with nearly full gloss. Pre-eminent among early complex mold-blown bottles are these exceedingly rare sealed examples of which very few survive.
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