UTILITY JAR, bright olive yellow, two-piece mold cylinder, pontil scar, 5”H x 2 ¾”D, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. Blown at a New England Glass House, 1810-1840, rare size and form.
This rarely encountered two-piece mold utility jar is an impressively sized bottle that is LOADED with character. The glass is heavily whittled and as show, there are bubbles on top of bubbles on top of bubbles…. I’ve only had a few of these jars over the years and this is unquestionably the best of them. Utility bottles were my first love and remain my personal favorite bottle category. This is a great one!
Want to work out a payment plan? We can do that. Just send me a PM and we can figure something out. Oh, and as always, your satisfaction with the piece is unconditionally guaranteed. We’re not happy unless you’re happy.
I have priced this bottle at 975 (yep, it’s that nice) and could discount that price to 795 (!!!!) as I get myself prepped for the 5:00 cocktail hour.