STONEWARE BEER BOTTLE

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Item Code: 998-1388

Bottle is salt glazed stoneware. Stamped, “G.S. TWITCHELL SUCCESSOR TO C. WHITTEMORE”. George S. Twitchell was an early and well to do mead and mineral water manufacturer in Philadelphia.

Measures 9 ¾” tall by 3 ½” at the base. Very good condition with slight chipping on the surface at the mouth and base. [sl]

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