It's 5 o'clock somewhere. If you really want to impress your friends, just stash this antique stoneware bottle on your bar. You may decide to start collecting antique liquor bottles as a hobby!
Our heavy stoneware bottle was produced from around 1880 to 1910. This type of salt glazed crockery most likely contained gin and shows remnants of an old paper label long gone. Happily, the original cork stopper has survived the years.
The Bols distillery opened in 1575 (!!) and claims to be the oldest distillery in the world. Well-worn with beautiful signs of aging and a lovely patina, this 3/4 liter size is highly collectible.
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- ONE antique salt glazed stoneware gin bottle with original cork stopper (as shown)
Good condition with wear consistent with age and use. The paper label is mostly gone with a few remnants remaining. The cork stopper is intact with soil and residue noted. The bottle itself shows scratches, surface wear, a small chip near the shoulder, soil and residue. The bottle is empty.
Incised marks: 'ERVEN LUCAS BOLS HET LOOTSJE AMSTERDAM 3/4 LITER STONEWARE BOTTLE'.
- Materials: stoneware, cork
- Color: rich caramel, black, tan, gray
- Dimensions: 11" H x 3" W