Jeff and Holly Noordsy

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ITEM 2957. COLOGNE BOTTLE, (similar to McKearin/Wilson, Plate 113, number 4), clear flint glass, in the form of a Parisian fountain, pontil scar, 4 1/2"H x 1 15/16"W, delicately flared mouth, a mint bottle retaining some washable contents residue. Possibly American (see McKearin/Wilson), C. 1850, scarce.

This delightful cologne bottle is blown in the form of a Paris fountain but as noted in the McKearin/Wilson text, there is good reason to believe that it may have been blown in New Jersey at either Solomon Stanger's Works or that of the Williamstown Glass Factory.


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