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Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
Wednesday
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think it was made by a mold also. It is difficult to see the mold lines because of the metal down each side. Thanks Tom for the added information. I would have never thought Morocco as it's origin. "
Wednesday
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"The shape of the lid appears to be machine made and the tiny bubble outline on the glass (in the photo) appears to have been made by a mold. This could date it to the early to mid 1800s, but not much older than that.  You might look closely at…"
Tuesday
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I found nothing on the silver trim. I even used a jeweler's loop. Thanks for helping me."
Tuesday
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I will do that and let you know. Thanks."
Tuesday
vicki hufstetler replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I'm not sure exactly what your bottle is either Christine, but I do believe your glass bottle has some age. It reminds me of very old pressed glass. Now if you take a magnifying glass, go very slowly over all the silver trim and see if you find…"
Monday
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks so much for the information Tom and Molly.  At least now I know what to look for. Unfortunately my Mom passed away but she would have loved to have know what it was used for. She collected perfume bottles and it reminded her of one.…"
Nov 11
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"I think Molly is on the right track except for the lid. Your bottle doesn't have a sprinkler type lid so it pours out instead of sprinkles.  If you add the word, "Moroccan" it looks more like a perfume or ointment bottle that…"
Nov 11
Christine Sabol replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks so much Molly for the information. I never heard of a rose water sprinkler bottle. "
Nov 10
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
Nov 10
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
Nov 10
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
Nov 10
Molly replied to Christine Sabol's discussion Can anyone identify this bottle? in the group Whadja Find Today
Nov 10
Christine Sabol added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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Can anyone identify this bottle?

My mom picked up this bottle a few years ago, not really knowing what it was. The long stem, which has a hole on the end, unscrews from the bottle so that the bottle can be filled. I always said it looked like something a priest would use in church for holy water. It was only a guess. The bottle measures 9 1/4" tall and 2" wide. The metal looks to be silver, although not marked. Thanks in advance for any suggestions on what it would be used for.See More
Nov 10
Christine Sabol replied to rose eckersley's discussion any ideas about these items in the group Whadja Find Today
"I agree. Has anyone thought that maybe she doesn't quite understand? Seems everyone is being unduly hard on her. Just my opinion."
Oct 11
Christine Sabol replied to John Taglione's discussion HELP WITH VERY EARLY NAVAL TELESCOPE in the group Whadja Find Today
"The family is the Cattaneo family, who seemed to have originated in the Lombardy area of Italy and originally set up (I gather) in Croydon.  However there's plenty of evidence of a network of Cattaneo watchmakers and jewellers across…"
Oct 10

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At 2:49pm on December 25, 2017, Bill Brest said…

Hello Christine,

I thought I recognised those French Revolution statues. I was going to bid on them but decided to pass. :( Do you have an inlaw relative by the name of Lori around the age of 57. If so tell her I said hello. :) Great site, Molly and Tom are the best. Try looking under V&B French statues on sold listings from UK. Seen one on there with a bottom like yours without the anchor. If you're selling them try adding UK ebay site. They should bring around 4 to 5 hundred $.

Bill

 
 
 

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