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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



Wine Bottle, Sealed & Dated, Anthony Ruthgars – 1723, Possibly Devonshire
England
Date/Period: 1723 - SOLD


Wine Bottle, Sealed & Dated, Anthony Ruthgars – 1723, Possibly Devonshire England, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 7.5"

Material: Blown Olive-Green Glass

Condition: Good, minor scratches, chip to string lip and seal, some internal staining;
burst air bubble below right of seal.

Literature: Antique Sealed Bottles 1640-1900…and the families who owned them by
David Burton, England, 2015, volume II, page 601.

Additional Information: Early mallet. Dark olive-green glass with long tapering neck.
Applied string rim, rounded shoulders, and short straight sided bulbous body with a
deep circular 'kick up' and a large rough edge pontil scar. There is a chip to the string
rim and a tiny chip on the edge of the seal at 9 o'clock. “IS” and “S” are scratched on the
body of the bottle. While the name, Ruthgars, is not English and is unusual, searches
fail to identify this name; he may be a man of Hungarian in origin.

The seal was engraved by the same hand as another 1723 bottle for R. Newman which
is said to be Robert Newman (1676-1739), a merchant mariner of Dartmouth,
Devonshire. So, the Anthony Ruthgars bottle may be from Devonshire also. These two
bottles are of very similar form.

SOLD

843-366


Wine Bottle, Sealed & Dated, Anthony Ruthgars – 1723, Possibly Devonshire England, entire view 2

Wine Bottle, Sealed & Dated, Anthony Ruthgars – 1723, Possibly Devonshire England, seal detail

Wine Bottle, Sealed & Dated, Anthony Ruthgars – 1723, Possibly Devonshire England, spout detail

Wine Bottle, Sealed & Dated, Anthony Ruthgars – 1723, Possibly Devonshire England, bottom view



Wine Bottle, Probably Irish, Sealed & Dated, Kennan - 1725
Date/Period: 1725 - SOLD


Wine Bottle, Probably Irish, Sealed & Dated, Kennan - 1725, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6"

Material: Free blown emerald green glass

Condition: Intact, somewhat rough, losses to string lip and edges of seal

Additional Information: A small emerald-green bottle displaying a non-English basil
and pontil. The seal is Kennan (or Keenan) a very northern Irish name, so likely from
there. We have seen several confirmed Irish bottles displaying this greener color, so
coupled with the non-standard pontil mark makes it likely that it came from a small Irish
glasshouse. While it is rough and has had a hard life, it is very rare and interesting. Few
Irish bottles are known.

SOLD

843-357


Wine Bottle, Probably Irish, Sealed & Dated, Kennan - 1725, entire view 2

Wine Bottle, Probably Irish, Sealed & Dated, Kennan - 1725, seal detail

Wine Bottle, Probably Irish, Sealed & Dated, Kennan - 1725, spout detail

Wine Bottle, Probably Irish, Sealed & Dated, Kennan - 1725, bottom view



17th Century Delft Wine Bottle, Sack
London, Probably Southwark, Dated 1651


17th Century Delft Wine Bottle, Sack
London, Probably Southwark, Dated 1651, left facing

A very fine and rare small white tin glazed earthenware Sack Bottle. Beautifully potted
featuring handle with tapering lower terminal; slightly domed bottom; inscribed
“SACK/1651” over a paraph. Rare small size; outstanding. Standard size bottles are
about 6.5" high. This one is only 5" high. These bottles are thought to have been
vessels used as Christmas gifts and were popular in the 1640s to the 1660s, during the
English Civil War and Commonwealth periods.


17th Century Delft Wine Bottle, Sack
London, Probably Southwark, Dated 1651, right facing

17th Century Delft Wine Bottle, Sack
London, Probably Southwark, Dated 1651, detail view

17th Century Delft Wine Bottle, Sack
London, Probably Southwark, Dated 1651, scale view

$13,750.00

843-317




Demijohn


Demijohn, entire view

Demijohn, Left
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

$195.00

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




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

$285.00

1224-50

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




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
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

$295.00

1224-45




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
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




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



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




Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France


Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, entire view 1

Large mold-blown keg used for storing brandy, liqueur, wine, beer, syrup and/or for
blending and fining liquids. The faceted bilge centered by concentric rings; retains what
is likely the original brass spigot/tap; sheared finish to top…bunghole is beautifully
finished. See Antique Glass Bottles – Their History and Evolution (1500-1850) by Willy
Van den Bossche, page 209, plate 158 [2]. (Excellent condition; height: 16.5")


Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, entire view 2

Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, entire view 3

Blown Glass Storage Barrel, Keg, Cooler, Dispenser 
Unknown Maker, 19th Century, Medium Olive-Amber
Possibly France, bottom view

$1,750.00

492-209






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




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




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




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


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")

$350

843-266


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



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: 10.5”)

$475

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



Shaft and Globe Wine Bottle, Small Globular Half Bottle, Yellowish Olive Green
England
Circa 1650 to 1670
Rare early form, extremely rare size


Shaft and Globe Wine Bottle, Small Globular Half Bottle, Yellowish Olive Green
England
Circa 1650 to 1670, angle view

A small globular half bottle featuring a long neck, sheared mouth with perfect string rim and pontil scar. Exterior scratches, very small spider crack at mid body with two tiny lines (.125"), some interior stain, and two tiny flat chips from the side of the lip, all else fine. (H: 7.5", greatest diameter: 4.25")

$8,125

492-90


Shaft and Globe Wine Bottle, Small Globular Half Bottle, Yellowish Olive Green
England
Circa 1650 to 1670, entire view
Shaft and Globe Wine Bottle, Small Globular Half Bottle, Yellowish Olive Green
England
Circa 1650 to 1670, spout detail
Shaft and Globe Wine Bottle, Small Globular Half Bottle, Yellowish Olive Green
England
Circa 1650 to 1670, 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 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



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



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



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