BLUE SCENT BOTTLE C. 1770-1810

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Item Code: 14-1656

Cobalt blue free blown glass scent vial, circa 1770-1810. It has swirled ribbed edges, tinted glass, and a rough pontil base. The bottle measures approximately 2 ½” tall, 1” wide, its opening’s diameter is ½”, its base’s diameter is 3/8”. Excellent condition, no chips or cracks.

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