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Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond
Date/Period: 1730-1740’s


Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond, entire view

Material: Glass

Condition: The bottle is in excellent condition There is a small light-colored inclusion in
the seal which is original from the time of manufacture. The bottle is in remarkable
condition with one bruise on the bottom edge but no other damage. There is minimal
scratching on the sides, especially the flattened sides, as expected. There is some
internal staining. However, there are no string rim or mouth chips and no star cracks.

Additional Information: A rare transitional form of bottle between the onion
and the straight sided mallet. The manufacturing of the bottle began as an onion form
and then two opposing sides were marvered (flattened). The shape of the early wine
bottles made it difficult to store them in the cellar. The bladder bottles allowed the
bottles to be placed on their side, preventing the cork from drying out. While this was an
improvement in design, for some unknown reason, it was rarely made, and bladder
bottles are one of the rarest of all sealed bottle forms. This is a particularly good
example.

$5,600.00

843-464


Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond, entire view 2

Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond, entire view 3

Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond, detail view

Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond, detail view 2

Sealed Wine Bottle, Bladder Form, English, I / S Centering Small Diamond, bottom view



Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Half Size Squat Mallet, America Owned & Used
Made for Boston Silversmith Rufus Green
Date/Period: 1728 - SOLD


Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Half Size Squat Mallet, America Owned & Used Made for Boston Silversmith Rufus Green, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6.75"

Condition: Glossy surface, chips to sting lip with all else fine

Additional Information: Half size squat mallet form English sealed bottle made for
Rufus Greene, Boston silversmith (1707-1777) who traveled to England in 1728,
returning home to be married in the same year. Almost certainly he ordered a number of
these bottles while in England, probably to commemorate his marriage.
Sealed Bottles made for Americans are very rare. That this can be documented to a
Colonial Boston silversmith is quite remarkable.

Reference: See David Burton, Antique Sealed Bottles 1640-1900: And the Families that
Owned Them;
page 440, Chapter Eight – Sealed Bottles in Major Public
Collections…the author states, “The most important is a squat mallet bottle sealed R /
Greene / 1728, within a beaded border. Three examples are known: two are held in the
museum collection
[Museum of Fine Arts, Boston] and the third in a US private
collection
[subject example].
Rufus Greene (1707-1777) noted American silversmith, was apprenticed to William
Cowell Sr., active 1728 to 1749; married Katherine Stanbridge on December 10, 1728.
Subsequently a wealthy Loyalist merchant, active in colonial Boston, Massachusetts.

SOLD

843-454


Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Half Size Squat Mallet, America Owned & Used Made for Boston Silversmith Rufus Green, entire view 2

Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Half Size Squat Mallet, America Owned & Used Made for Boston Silversmith Rufus Green, spout view

Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Half Size Squat Mallet, America Owned & Used Made for Boston Silversmith Rufus Green, bottom view

Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Half Size Squat Mallet, America Owned & Used Made for Boston Silversmith Rufus Green, seal view



Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Early Onion Form, Initials, Date…& MONTH
The engraving of this seal is excellent as is the impression…
Date/Period: 1770


Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Early Onion Form, Initials, Date…& MONTH The engraving of this seal is excellent as is the impression…, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6.5"

Condition: The bottle is in excellent condition; mostly glossy finish except scattered
superficial trivial areas of gloss breakdown as often encountered.

Additional Information: English sealed glass bottle, seal marked *M*/C*E/Apr/1700.
This is a bold, early onion of great dating to the first decade of the eighteenth century,
the magic "0" decade.
While initials and years are seen on many English bottles, the month is almost never
included…exceedingly rare. Dates on bottles are thought to represent a significant
event in the owner's life rather than vintage of contents. April 1700 must have been a
special time for this family.
Until now, this bottle has been unknown and is unrecorded in reference books.

$8,975.00

843-456


Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Early Onion Form, Initials, Date…& MONTH The engraving of this seal is excellent as is the impression…, entire view 2

Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Early Onion Form, Initials, Date…& MONTH The engraving of this seal is excellent as is the impression…, spout view

Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Early Onion Form, Initials, Date…& MONTH The engraving of this seal is excellent as is the impression…, seal view

Blown Glass Sealed Wine Bottle, Early Onion Form, Initials, Date…& MONTH The engraving of this seal is excellent as is the impression…, bottom view



Wine Bottle, Mallet, Cockerel Seal, English
Date/Period: c. 1730


Wine Bottle, Mallet, Cockerel Seal, English, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 7"

Material: Black glass

Condition: Excellent condition except dullness to the surface suggesting it may have
spent time in the water, perhaps in a stream. Not chips or cracks.

Additional Information: This is an interesting bottle. The seal shows a cockerel which
most likely is the seal of a tavern as this is less likely an individual's crest, though that is
possible. The Cock Tavern was a common name throughout England. There was a
Cock ale house in the Strand in London and a Cock Inn in Leadenhall Street, London in
the eighteenth century and probably earlier.

$5,200.00

843-358


Wine Bottle, Mallet, Cockerel Seal, English, entire view 2

Wine Bottle, Mallet, Cockerel Seal, English, seal detail

Wine Bottle, Mallet, Cockerel Seal, English, spout detail

Wine Bottle, Mallet, Cockerel Seal, English, entire view 1



Antique Blown Wine Bottle, Mallet Bottle,
Armorial Seal, Rampant Lion, Full Gloss
England 1730


Blown Wine Bottle, Mallet Bottle, Armorial Seal, Rampant Lion, Full Gloss
England
1730, angle view

Chips to mouth with all else fine
(Dimensions: 8.25" H.)

$4,825

843-128


Blown Wine Bottle, Mallet Bottle, Armorial Seal, Rampant Lion, Full Gloss
England
1730, entire view
Blown Wine Bottle, Mallet Bottle, Armorial Seal, Rampant Lion, Full Gloss
England
1730, mark detail



Onion Bottle, Sealed, Pancake Onion, Three Leopards Passant, Guardant
Arms of Carew
Cornwall
Circa 1710


Onion Bottle, Sealed, Pancake Onion, Three Leopards Passant, Guardant
Arms of Carew
Cornwall
Circa 1710, angle view

An outstanding bottle with substantial chips to string-lip and two small nips to seal edge; all else fine.
Dimensions: 5 3/8" H, 5.5" base diameter.

$3,475

843-131


Onion Bottle, Sealed, Pancake Onion, Three Leopards Passant, Guardant
Arms of Carew
Cornwall
Circa 1710, entire view
Onion Bottle, Sealed, Pancake Onion, Three Leopards Passant, Guardant
Arms of Carew
Cornwall
Circa 1710, mark detail



Saddle Bags Fitted for Wine Bottles
Date/Period: 1850-1880


Saddle Bags Fitted for Wine Bottles, entire view

Measurement: Height: 18"; width: 14"; depth: 6"

Material: Russet brown leather

Condition: Very good, leather is supple, stitching is without compromise

Additional Information: Nifty trail bags for horseback, bags are fitted to hold bottles
and glasses with room to spare. The handstitched flaps and bags are stamped.

$1,825.00

362-25


Saddle Bags Fitted for Wine Bottles, entire view 2

Saddle Bags Fitted for Wine Bottles, entire view 3

Saddle Bags Fitted for Wine Bottles, entire view 4



Antique Demijohn, Carboy Bottle, Utility Bottle
European, Early…17th/18th Century


Antique Demijohn, Carboy Bottle, Utility Bottle
European, Early…17th/18th Century, entire view 1

Free-blown medium olive-green, applied ring finish to neck, no pontil scar although
mouth blown…substantial whittling. Chips to rough cut spout above string rim, interior
bubbles, some open. (Height: 18”)


Antique Demijohn, Carboy Bottle, Utility Bottle
European, Early…17th/18th Century, entire view 2

Antique Demijohn, Carboy Bottle, Utility Bottle
European, Early…17th/18th Century, bottom view

Antique Demijohn, Carboy Bottle, Utility Bottle
European, Early…17th/18th Century, spout detail

$645.00

1039-58




Cologne Bottle, Perfume with Stopper, Canary/Amber
Likely Germany or Bohemia, Circa 1850


Antique Canary/Amber Colonge Bottle/Perfume with Stopper, Circa 1850, entire view

(H: 5.5”, H with stopper: 8.5”)

$585

784-15


Antique Canary/Amber Colonge Bottle/Perfume with Stopper, Circa 1850, base detail



Antique Blown Black Glass, Sealed Wine Bottle,
Cylinder Form, Long Neck
Edgecumbe Family Seal,
Baron's Coronet over Boar Statant Crest
English, Circa 1770 to 1780


Blown Black Glass Sealed Cylinder Form Wine Bottle, Long Neck
Edgecumbe Family Seal, Baron's Coronet over Boar Statant Crest
English, Circa 1770 to 1780, entire view

See David Burton, page 1611, Antique Sealed Bottles 1640-1900: And the Families that Owned Them. (Very good condition; H: 10.75")

$575

843-233


Blown Black Glass Sealed Cylinder Form Wine Bottle, Long Neck
Edgecumbe Family Seal, Baron's Coronet over Boar Statant Crest
English, Circa 1770 to 1780, mark detail
Blown Black Glass Sealed Cylinder Form Wine Bottle, Long Neck
Edgecumbe Family Seal, Baron's Coronet over Boar Statant Crest
English, Circa 1770 to 1780, bottom detail



Flask; Bulltown Glassworks, Pictorial, GXIII-39, Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Pint
Bulltown, New Jersey, Circa 1845 to 1860


Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, angle view 1

LITERATURE: American Bottles and Flasks and Their Ancestry by Helen McKearin and Kenneth Wilson, 1978.

$575

410-149


Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, angle view 2
Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, spout detail
Antique Bulltown Glassworks Flask with Sheaf of Wheat and Star, Circa 1845, bottom detail



Antique Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR,
All Souls Common Room, All Souls College,
Oxford, England, 19th Century - SOLD


Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 10.5”)

SOLD

843-229


Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, mark detail
Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, bottom detail



Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century


Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 10.25”)

$475

843-230


Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, mark detail
Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, bottom detail



Antique Blown Sealed Wine Bottle,
ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College,
Oxford, England, 19th Century


Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 10.75”)

$475

843-228


Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, mark detail
Blown Sealed Wine Bottle, ASCR, All Souls Common Room, All Souls College, Oxford
England, 19th Century, bottom detail



Antique Pickle Jar, Bottle, Cathedral, Deep Aqua-Green
Circa 1860-1880


Antique Pickle Jar, Bottle, Cathedral, Deep Aqua-Green
Circa 1860-1880, entire view

Square with beveled corners, tapering to collar-rib; press-molded gothic arched panels
with hand tooled rolled-over collared mouth – smooth base.
(Fine condition; Height: 11.75")


Antique Pickle Jar, Bottle, Cathedral, Deep Aqua-Green
Circa 1860-1880, bottom view

$465.00

784-32




Folk Art Bottle Whimsey, Probably Sailor Made, Yarn Winding Swift
Date/Period: 19th Century


Mackerel Plow, New England, Possible Maine, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5.75"

Material: Colorless glass, ivory, and thread

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Mold-blown bottle with flaring neck and tooled rim containing
four tier swift with turned and crosshatched shaft; carved stopper closes the bottle.
We have seen these called ladder puzzles.

$450.00

171-172




Wine Bottle, Onion Form, Blown Glass, Olive Amber
Dutch
Circa 1710 to 1720


Wine Bottle, Onion Form, Blown Glass, Olive Amber
Dutch
Circa 1710 to 1720, entire view

A nice bottle displaying good form; applied string lip, minor exterior scratches and interior bubbles.
Dimensions: 6.75" H.

$375

843-152


Wine Bottle, Onion Form, Blown Glass, Olive Amber
Dutch
Circa 1710 to 1720, bottom detail



Paper Mache Wine Bottle Coaster with Sheet Iron Liner, Stenciled Decoration
Likely English, Regency Decanter Slide
Date/Period: Circa 1810-1830 - SOLD


Paper Mache Wine Bottle Coaster with Sheet Iron Liner, Stenciled Decoration Likely English, Regency Decanter Slide, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 1.75"; diameter: 5.5"

Material: Paper mache, bronze and gold powder stenciling, sheet iron

Condition: Little spidering to lacquering on bottom of interior otherwise excellent.

Additional Information: Lacquered papier mache bottle/decanter coaster decorated in
gilt and penwork, grape leaves, grapes and tendrils, also rose hips and leaves.

SOLD

171-160


Paper Mache Wine Bottle Coaster with Sheet Iron Liner, Stenciled Decoration Likely English, Regency Decanter Slide, entire view 1



Storage Bottle, Cylindrical, Mold Blown, Olive Amber New England, Second Half 19th Century
Squat Demijohn, Light Green Amber, Large English Type Basal, Pontil Scar, Nice Color
Applied tapered collar mouth


Storage Bottle, Cylindrical, Mold Blown, Olive Amber New England, Second Half 19th Century Squat Demijohn, Light Green Amber, Large English Type Basal, Pontil Scar, Nice Color Applied tapered collar mouth, entire view

(Height: 13.5"; diameter: 6.25")

$235.00

784-23




Bottles, Flask, Blown Glass
Sold separately


Bottles, Flask, Blown Glass
Sold separately, entire view

Left to right:

Excellent Stoddard Whiskey Pint Flask, Golden Amber, Circa 1860 – 1870
Golden amber flask with seed bubbles and crude, heavy whittles.
Cupped base with two nail heads. A beauty of its kind.
Height: 7.25"

$160.00
1224-4

Stoddard Stubby Ale Bottle, New Hampshire, Circa 1860


Three-piece mold amber bottle in fine condition; crude whittle marks with an applied lip. Height: 7"

$125.00
1224-19

Black Glass Squat Cylinder Bottle, Embossed - H. Ricketts & Co., Glass Works
Bristol, Connecticut, 1821 – 1853

Olive green three-piece mold bottle embossed with maker name in fine condition. Whittled and bubbled throughout, has a sand chip pontil and a crudely applied sloping collar with ring. (Height: 9")

$355.00
1224-24




Demijohns


Demijohn

Demijohn, Left
Date/Period: c 1860

Measurement: 21”, 8” base

Material: blown glass

Condition: slight surface wear, minor cloudiness from sediment

Additional Information: Medium green color, many seed bubbles, applied lip,
freeblown pontil

$320.00

1224-46

Demijohn, Right - SOLD
Date/Period: c 1840-1860

Measurement: 14.25”, 7” base

Material: blown glass

Condition: excellent

Additional Information: Honey amber color, New England, applied lip, freeblown
pontil, many seed bubbles

SOLD

1224-45




Antique Storage Bottle, Cylindrical,
Mold Blown, Olive Amber
New England, Second Half 19th Century


Storage Bottle, Cylindrical, Mold Blown,
Olive Amber New England, Second Half 19th Century, entire view

Storage Bottle, Cylindrical, Mold Blown, Olive Amber
New England, Second Half 19th Century

$295.00

110-896




Demijohn
Date/Period: c 1840-1860


Demijohn, entire view

Measurement: 16”, 8” base

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Dark amber in color, many seed bubbles, applied lip
freeblown pontil

$295.00

1224-47




Pictorial Cornucopia Half-Pint Flasks
Sold separately


Pictorial Cornucopia Half-Pint Flasks, entire view

Left to right:

Pictorial Cornucopia Half-Pint Urn Flask, GIII-7, Keene, NH or Coventry
Glassworks
1825 – 1850


Olive amber flask with pontil, well-used and high point wear.

$140.00
1224-7

Pictorial Cornucopia Urn Half-Pint Flask, GIII-12, Probably Stoddard, NH, 1846–1860


Olive color with rough pontil, light exterior high-point wear. Comparatively Scarce.

SOLD
1224-1

Pictorial Cornucopia Half-Pint Urn Flask, GIII-7, Keene, NH or Coventry Glass Works
1825 – 1850

Olive amber flask with pontil.

$130.00
1224-6




Double Eagle Historical Flask, Pint, Aquamarine, 1860 – 1880
Applied mouth ring and smooth base


Double Eagle Historical Flask, Pint, Aquamarine, 1860 – 1880, entire view

(Height: 7.75")

$125.00

1224-2




Masonic Eagle & Double Eagle Flasks
Sold separately


Masonic Eagle & Double Eagle Flasks, entire view

Left to right:

Historical Masonic Eagle Flask, GIV-17, Marlboro Street, Keene, NH
19th century - SOLD

Yellow olive-green flask with pontil.

SOLD
1224-18

Double Eagle, Stoddard New Hampshire Historical Pint Flask, GII-82
1846 – 1860

Scarce medium olive amber flask in fine condition.

$335.00
1224-5




Half Pint Aquamarine Scroll Flasks
Sold separately


Half Pint Aquamarine Scroll Flasks, entire view

Left to right:

Half-Pint Scroll Flask, GIX-34, Aquamarine, American Midwest, 1845 – 1860


Scroll flask with fleur-de-lis motif and pontil.
Comparatively scarce and in perfect condition.

$160.00
1224-8

Half-Pint Scroll Flask, GIX-36, Aquamarine, American Midwest, 1845 – 1860


Scroll flask with fleur-de-lis motif and pontil.
Comparatively scarce and in perfect condition.

$160.00
1224-10

Half-Pint Scroll Flask, GIX-36, Aquamarine, American Midwest, 1845 – 1860

Scroll flask with fleur-de-lis motif and pontil.
Comparatively scarce and in perfect condition.

$160.00
1224-9




Portrait & Pictorial Flasks
Sold separately


Historical 'Waterford' & Clasped Hands Flasks, entire view

Left to right:

Aquamarine Portrait Flask, Washington – Taylor, Quart Flask, GI-40A
Dyottville Glassworks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1860


Fine condition, clear and collection-worthy.

$240.00
1224-14

Pictorial "Summer" Tree with Bird, "Winter" Bare Tree with Bird Pint Flask, GX-15
Possibly Dyottville Glassworks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1860

Aquamarine flask in fine condition, a pleasant double image with great shelf presence.

$210.00
1224-16




Taylor Quart Flask, Portraits, Washington and Taylor, GI-37
Dyottville Glassworks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1860


Taylor Quart Flask, Portraits, Washington and Taylor, GI-37 Dyottville Glassworks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1860 , entire view

Aquamarine portrait flask in fine condition, clear and collection-worthy.

$275.00

1224-13




Historical "Waterford" & Clasped Hands Flasks
Sold separately


Portrait & Pictorial Flasks, entire view

Left to right:

Historical "Waterford" and Clasped Hands, Eagle Quart Flask, GXII-2
Waterford Glassworks, New Jersey, 1860 – 1875


Aquamarine flask with pontil in fine condition.

$325.00
1224-15

Masonic and Clasped Hands, Eagle, Quart Flask, GIV-39
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Circa 1860

Aquamarine flask in fine condition with pontil and flat collar. Embossed “H&S.”

SOLD
1224-11




Pictorial Sheaf of Wheat Flasks
Sold separately - SOLD


Pictorial Sheaf of Wheat Flasks, entire view

Left to right:

Removed

Pictorial Star and Travelers Companion, Sheaf of Wheat Quart Flask, GXIV-1
Westford Glass Works, Connecticut, 1860 – 1873

Medium reddish amber flask in fine condition with applied sloping collared mouth and smooth base. (Height: 9")

SOLD
1224-23




Late Persian Blown Saddle Flask, Light Apple Green, 19th Century


Late Persian Blown Saddle Flask, Light Apple Green, 19th Century, entire view

Light apple green flask with seed bubbles, light interior content stain. Free blown, round, open everted lip with ledge. Minor wear on base. 1.75 rings, counter-clockwise stringing on neck with tear-drop glob starting point on front. Combination pontil (open pontil with bare iron scar in the middle). Rocks upon standing. Private collection since 1972. (Height: 10")

$395.00

1224-25




Double Eagle Flask, Brilliant Orange Amber, GII-118, Zanesville, OH
Circa 1865


Double Eagle Flask, Brilliant Orange Amber, GII-118, Zanesville, OH Circa 1865, entire view

A rare color in this flask mold, cobalt being the common color.
The applied mouth is absent; neck has been expertly polished.
(Height: 7")

$550.00

1224-26




Demijohn
Date/Period: c 1870-1880


Demijohn, entire view

Measurement: 20.5”

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Good, many seed bubbles, roughness to lip, Olive

Additional Information: Ringed Collar

$275.00

1224-41




Demijohn


Demijohn, group view

Demijohn, left
Date/Period: c 1840-1860

Measurement: 21.5”, 7” base

Material: 3 piece molded glass

Condition: Good

Additional Information: Dark green, applied lip, blown in mold, 4 feet on bottom, apple shaped

SOLD

122 4-50

Demijohn, right
Date/Period: c 1860-1880

Measurement: 18.5”

Material: 2 piece molded glass

Condition: Very Good

Additional Information: Medium green, oval shape, blown in mold, applied lip,
heavy swirls and whittles

$320.00

1224-51




Demijohn


Demijohn, entire view

Demijohn, Left - SOLD
Date/Period: c 1840-1860

Measurement: 17.25”, 8” base

Material: 2 piece molded glass

Condition: VG

Additional Information: Aquagem, many whittle marks, applied lip, blown in mold

SOLD

1224-48

Demijohn, Right
Date/Period: c 1840-1860

Measurement: 15.5”, base-8”

Material: 2 piece molded glass

Condition: VG

Additional Information: dark aqua color, seeded, whittle marks, applied lip, blown
in mold

$165.00

1224-49




Blown Wine Bottle, Cylinder Form, String Lip, Sagged Bottom, English, Circa 1780
Nice folksy bottle in full gloss - SOLD


Antique Cylinder Form Blown Wine Bottle, English, Circa 1780, entire view

(Small chip to string lip, else fine; H: 8.75"; base diameter: 4.25")

SOLD

843-266


Antique Cylinder Form Blown Wine Bottle, English, Circa 1780, spout detail
Antique Cylinder Form Blown Wine Bottle, English, Circa 1780, bottom detail



18th Century Sealed Black Glass Wine Bottle, George Bickford, Non Dubio, Devon
Date/Period: 1770-1790 - SOLD


18th Century Sealed Black Glass Wine Bottle, George Bickford, Non Dubio, Devon, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 11.75"; diameter: 3.5"

Material: Blown glass

Condition: Fine, high gloss

Additional Information: An English dark olive-green glass sealed cylinder wine bottle
for George Bickford of Dunsland House near Holsworthy, North Devon. [successively
home to the Arscott, Bickford, Coham and Dickinson families] Non Dubio is the family’s
motto which means “No Doubting” The house burned to the ground in 1967. Dunsland
has a mention in the Doomsday Book, a manuscript record of the "Great Survey" of
much of England published in 1086 by order of Willian I.

Reference: Dumbrell, page 198, plate 116, also: Burton, page 1388, part 2.

SOLD

1224-28


18th Century Sealed Black Glass Wine Bottle, George Bickford, Non Dubio, Devon, seal detail

18th Century Sealed Black Glass Wine Bottle, George Bickford, Non Dubio, Devon, spout

18th Century Sealed Black Glass Wine Bottle, George Bickford, Non Dubio, Devon, bottom view




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