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1700s Wine decanter bottle, natural green glass, slightly cloudy; flattened globular body; long neck with flared rim and folded spout; rounded basal edge, wide kick with unpolished pontil mark; original glass applied handle has broken away and been replaced with a metal handle, fixed to stump of old handle on the body, and a metal collar around the vessel neck. Location: Object stored at Mortimer Wheeler House (Ceramics and Glass store)

1700s Wine decanter bottle, natural green glass, slightly cloudy; flattened globular body; long neck with flared rim and folded spout; rounded basal edge, wide kick with unpolished pontil mark; original glass applied handle has broken away and been replaced with a metal handle, fixed to stump of old handle on the body, and a metal collar around the vessel neck. Location: Object stored at Mortimer Wheeler House (Ceramics and Glass store)

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English early 1700s  Wine bottle, natural green glass, very iridescent and exfoliating; cylindrical body; neck with applied (irregular) collar below rim; rounded basal edge; wide domed kick with unpolished pontil mark.

English early 1700s Wine bottle, natural green glass, very iridescent and exfoliating; cylindrical body; neck with applied (irregular) collar below rim; rounded basal edge; wide domed kick with unpolished pontil mark.

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