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19th Century French Glass Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French hand blown dark amber glass bottle. Weight 8 lbs.    
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form hand blown green glass dame Jeanne, or demijohn bottle. Capacity: 25 liters. Weight: 9 lbs.
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Antique 19th Century French Bottles

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Blown Glass

Very Large 19th Century Handblown Green Glass French Demijohn Bottle
Located in Birmingham, AL
Very large 19th century handblown French demijohn or bonbonne having a maker's mark with the initials S. G. Beautifully shaped and brightly colored green glass bottle with pontil bot...
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Antique 1880s French Bottles

Glass Liqueur Bottle, Late 19th Century
Located in Budapest, HU
Glass liqueur bottle, second half of the 19th century.
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Antique Late 19th Century European Biedermeier Glass

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Glass

19th Century Pair of Opaline Crystal Perfume Bottle by Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Pair of perfume bottles with their ball-shaped stoppers in “bulle de savon” (soap bubble) Opaline. They are each decorated with a frieze of gold and blue anemones and forget-me-nots....
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Bottles

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Opaline Glass

Louis-Philippe Perfume Bottle with Decorations of Stars, 19th Century
Located in Beuzevillette, FR
Pretty glass perfume bottle or little carafe, decorated with gold stars or flakes patterns. France Louis-Philippe period.
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Antique 1840s French Louis Philippe Bottles

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Blown Glass

Pair of 19th Century Parcel-Gilt Bohemian Glass Decanters
Located in London, GB
This fine pair of decanters are crafted in royal blue Bohemian glass, and feature hexagonal baluster form bodies which lead upwards to narrow, ribbed necks. The decanters are stopper...
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Antique 19th Century Czech Bohemian Bottles

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Glass

Elegant Pair of 19th Century European Cut-Glass Claret Decanters
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A pair of 19th century European cut-glass decanters with spire stoppers. The speared panel cut tops with bulbous cut glass bottles on pedestal bases.
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Antique 19th Century European Bottles

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Cut Glass

19th Century Snuff Bottle
Located in London, GB
A Glass Snuff Bottle
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Glass

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Glass

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H 0.01 in. Dm 0.01 in.
Collection of 3 Green Glass French Demijohn Bottles
Located in Port Chester, NY
A collection of three olive colored glass demijohn bottles, used from the late 17th century through the 19th century to carry wine and spirits. Hand blown, each has their own unique ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Bottles

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Glass

Collection of 3 Green Glass French Demijohn Bottles
Located in Port Chester, NY
A collection of three olive colored glass demijohn bottles, used from the late 17th Century through the 19th Century to carry wine and spirits. Handblown, each has their own unique c...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Bottles

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Glass

19th Century Mouth Blown Wine Bottle
Located in Vista, CA
19th century mouth blown wine bottle with basket, circa 1860.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Glass

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Blown Glass

Antique Hand Blown Green Glass French Wine Demijohn Bonbonne Bottle Jug
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique hand blown French demijohn or bonbonne. Beautifully shaped and brightly colored green glass bottle with polished pontil bottom. Originally used for storing wine and spirits, ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Provincial Bottles

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Glass

Glass Perfume Bottle with Mary Gregory White Enameled Boy, circa 1900
By Mary Gregory
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a beautiful clear glass perfume or scent bottle with "Mary Gregory" white enameled decoration of a boy playing. We date this piece to circa 1900 and probably made in Bohemia,...
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Antique Late 19th Century Czech Victorian Bottles

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Glass

Victorian Ruby Glass Perfume Bottle with Hand Gilded Decoration, Ca 1870
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good quality and very attractive Victorian glass perfume bottle, Ca 1870. The circular bottle is made of moulded ruby glass and has its original stopper. The bottle has ...
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Antique 19th Century English Victorian Bottles

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Glass

Victorian Cut-Glass Crystal Perfume Bottle Sterling Silver Neck Ring, Circa 1896
By William Wheatcroft Harrison & Co. 1
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an attractive Victorian cut glass or crystal perfume bottle with a sterling silver neck ring made by William Harrison of Sheffield, England in 1896. The bottle has a slight...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Bottles

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Silver

Set of Six 19th Century French Legras & Cie, Victorian Glass Bath Soap Bottles
By Legras & Cie
Located in Haarlem, NL
Set of six beautiful 19th century Victorian bath soap, foam or beauty oil bottles. Two bottles depict up-side-down ladies on a ball in their underwear and with loose hanging hair, ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Victorian Glass

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Blown Glass

19th Century Opaline 'Milk' Glass Aspasia Salve Liquor Bottles in Blue and Sage
Located in Haarlem, NL
Stunning set of 19th century Victorian figural Aspasia liquor bottles in pressed opaline milk glass. One in a vivid almost turquoise bright blue and one in a light sage/pistachio ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century European Victorian Glass

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Opaline Glass

19th Century Mouth Blown Wine Bottle with Basket
Located in Vista, CA
19th century mouth blown wine bottle with basket, circa 1860.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Glass

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Wicker, Glass

19th Century Mouth Blown Wine Bottle with Basket
Located in Vista, CA
Mouth blown wine bottle with basket, circa 1860.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Glass

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Glass, Wicker

Large Antique Jadeite Glass Perfume Bottle with Ornate Gilt Brass Top and Mounts
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This large antique perfume bottle is unsigned, but presumed to have been made Bohemia (Austria or the Czech Republic) in circa 1880 in the Renaissance Revival style. The bottle itsel...
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Antique Late 19th Century Austrian Renaissance Revival Bottles

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Brass

19th Century Mouth Blown Wine Bottle with Basket
Located in Vista, CA
19th century mouth blown wine bottle with basket, circa 1860.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Glass

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Blown Glass, Wicker

19th Century Mouth Blown Wine Bottle with Basket
Located in Vista, CA
19th century mouth blown wine bottle with basket, circa 1860.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Glass

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Wicker, Blown Glass

Opaline Perfume Bottle by Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Restauration perfume bottle with its ball-shaped stopper in bulle de savon (soap bubble) opaline. A wreath of gold and blue anemones and forget-me-nots is surrounded by gilded bands,...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Bottles

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Opaline Glass

Opaline Perfume Bottle by Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Small perfume bottle in white opaline with a ball-shaped stopper. Golden stripes, gold, and a dark blue wreath of roses, anemones, and forget-me-nots decorate the rim of the paunch. ...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Bottles

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Opaline Glass

Small Opaline Perfume Bottle With Desvignes Decoration
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
White bulle de savon (soap bubble) opaline perfume bottle with its ball-shaped stopper topped with petals. Gilded stripes decorate the neck and a blue wreath of anemones and forget-m...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Bottles

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Opaline Glass

Early 19th Century Charles X Opaline perfume bottle with Desvignes Decoration
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Conical flask on a high foot in opaline crystal with its flattened stopper. A star-shaped pattern highlighted with small flowers decorates the top of the stopper, and gilt bands unde...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Glass

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Opaline Glass

Grand Tour French Opaline Perfume Bottles, circa 1860
Located in Hastings, GB
These exquisite 19th century Palais Royal blue opaline and d'ore bronze (Ormolu) perfume bottles from the Grand Tour circa 1860, a beautiful example of French opaline art glass. T...
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Antique 19th Century French Napoleon III Bottles

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Opaline Glass

Early 19th Century White Opaline Perfume Bottle with Desvignes Decoration
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
White, opaline crystal flask and its flattened stopper, decorated with a gilded, radiant flower on top. Gilded stripes surround the collar, and a ring of laurels, garlands of roses, ...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Glass

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Opaline Glass

Pair of Blue Opaline Perfume Bottles Decorated by Desvignes
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Pair of blue opaline perfume bottles with their ball-shaped stoppers. A rose and gilded petals decorates the tops of the stoppers, and gold bands highlight the necks of the bottles. ...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Bottles

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Opaline Glass

19th Century Amber Back Bar Bottle
Located in Coeur d'Alene, ID
Stunning amber fluted back bar bottle with spear tip. Period: Last quarter 19th century Origin: United States Size: 4" D x 9" H.   
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Antique Late 19th Century Barware

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Glass

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H 9 in. W 4 in. D 4 in.
Albatross Cameo Glass Perfume by Thomas Webb & Sons
By Thomas Webb & Sons
Located in New Orleans, LA
This exceptionally rare cameo glass perfume bottle by Thomas Webb & Sons takes the form of an albatross. The upper layer of opal glass is expertly carved to reveal the brilliant yell...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Bottles

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Glass

Late Nineteenth Century French Art Nouveau Gilt Cranberry Glass Perfume Bottle
By Stuart & Sons
Located in New York, NY
French Art Nouveau cranberry glass perfume bottle with tapered cylindrical form and gilt decorated with chinoiserie design flowers and fan with a silver top (possibly Stuart & Sons).
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Antique Late 19th Century French Art Nouveau Glass

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Gold Leaf

Vintage Glass Large Format Bottles, France, circa 1860
Located in Napa, CA
Vintage unmarked large format glass wine bottles from France. Mid-19th century, circa 1860. Green glass varies from olive to darker hunter green. Please inquire for individua...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Glass

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Glass

Rare Pair of Silver Mounted 19th Century Colored Glass Serving Bottles Carafes
Located in London, by appointment only
Excellent quality, hand blown pair of late 19th Century colored brown glass carafes with unique elaborate silver wine-related spouts. England, circa 1900 (the silver 1901) Mea...
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Early 20th Century English Late Victorian Barware

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Silver

Three English Sterling Silver and Cut Glass Bottles
Located in London, GB
Three English sterling silver and cut glass bottles English, circa 1900 Measures: Largest height 24.5cm, diameter 10cm Middle height 23cm, diameter 9cm Smallest height 21cm, diam...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Late Victorian Glass

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Victorian Glass Tooth Brush Bottle with English Sterling Silver Top
Located in Great Barrington, MA
The Victorian glass bottle once held tooth brushes (and could again!) with an English sterling (stamped and with rampant lion) silver top. Monogram reads "PBC".
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Glass

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Silver

Biedermeier Glass Bottle with Lid Mouth Blown Enamel Painted, Austria circa 1850
Located in Lichtenberg, AT
Graceful Austrian Biedermeier glass bottle with lid out of Vienna, the epicenter of this famous era. Made circa 1850, this decorative mouth blown glass bottle with a light green shin...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Austrian Biedermeier Glass

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Enamel

Charles X Blue Opaline Perfum Bottle
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Turquoise blue opaline flask and its flattened stopper that is decorated with a radiant pattern. Gold stripes decorate the rim and body, alongside gilt, silvered, and blue bouquets o...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Glass

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Opaline Glass

Pair of Opaline Flasks with Gothic Decoration
By Jean-Baptiste Desvignes
Located in Paris, FR
Pair of white soap bubble opaline flasks with their ball-shaped stoppers. The perfume bottles are each decorated with a frieze of gold Gothic arcades and blue forget-me-nots. Gilded ...
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Antique Early 19th Century French Restauration Bottles

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Opaline Glass

Baccarat Blue Opaline Perfume Bottle with Top Napoleon III Era
Located in Arles, FR
A beautiful French blue opaline glass perfume bottle dating from the 19th century. Unsigned Baccarat piece. Very attractive piece. Please see photos for details. Very good conditio...
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Antique 19th Century French Napoleon III Glass

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Opaline Glass

Pittsburgh Glass Bar Bottles or Decanters, Bakewell, Pears & Co.
Located in Downingtown, PA
A pair of mold-blown Pittsburgh bar bottles. Made of a nice heavy glass, these were designed to be used without a stopper. The mold impression is strong and very well defined through...
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Antique 19th Century American American Classical Barware

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Glass

Antique Glass Cotton Swab Bottle with Sterling Silver Top
Located in Great Barrington, MA
The antique faceted glass bottle with a sterling (stamped) silver top was used for cotton swabs and was possibly part of a larger set of a ladies cosmetic containers. The top of the ...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Victorian Sterling Silver

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Silver

English 19th Century W. Leuchars Silver Gilt Two-Sided Cut Glass Scent Bottle
By William Leuchars
Located in Charleston, SC
Rare and fine antique English W. Leuchars silver gilt (vermeil) and cut-glass scent bottle Maker: W. Leuchars 38 Piccadilly London The double sided scent bottle one side is for ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Paperweights

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Vermeil

Antique Victorian 1880s Yellow Gold and Murano Glass Scent Bottle
By Thomas Johnson, London 1
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Victorian English 15-karat yellow gold and Murano glass scent bottle; an addition to our diverse ornamental collection. This exceptiona...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Jars

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Gold

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form amber demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of handblown glass. Please refer to photos for more details. We have a large selection of Fre...
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form amber demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of handblown glass. Please refer to photos for more details. We have a large selection of Fre...
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form amber demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of hand blown glass.
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A 19th century French globular form demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of handblown glass. We have two other bottles in a darker brown color.Please refer to photos for more de...
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Antique 19th Century French Country Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century Sky Blue Glass Bottle Biedermeier Mouth Blown, Austria, circa 1840
Located in Lichtenberg, AT
Gorgeous blue Biedermeier glass bottle from the mid-19th century in Austria, circa 1840. This beautiful shaped glass bottle comes with a glass plug showing a nice design on top. A go...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Austrian Biedermeier Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century Handblown Glass Bottle
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Handblown glass bottle with pontil in base. Blue or green.
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Antique 19th Century American Glass

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Glass

19th C. glass bottles
Located in New York, NY
Set of Blue/green lambing bottles from 19th Century Belgium
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Antique 19th Century Belgian Glass

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Glass

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H 8.5 in. Dm 5 in.
Demijohn Bottle Late 19th Century from Veracruz, Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Rare, dark emerald green glass mezcal jug with original cloth wrapping.
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Antique 1890s Mexican Primitive Bottles

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Glass

19th Century French Green Glass Winery Demijohn
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Large French handblown demijohn or carboy with a rich, green glass color. Features a hand-painted semillon varietal label painted on the front. Constructed with a 1" thick neck glass...
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Antique 19th Century French Napoleon III Bottles

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Glass, Paint

19th Century Big Green Blown Glass Demijohn
Located in Rochester, NY
A 19th century French blown glass demijohn bottle with great form showing areas of large bubbling / a deep concave pontil and a very luminous lush green color to glass. Look at all p...
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Antique 19th Century French Bottles

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Blown Glass

Antique Green Glass Chambertin Bottle, 19th Century
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
An impressive antique French attributed green glass bottle of rounded bulbous form applied with a label reading Chambertin. The bottle has a raised narrow neck with a ring around the...
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Antique 19th Century French Glass

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Glass

A 19th Century Snuff Bottle
Located in London, GB
A Glass Snuff Bottle and lid
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Glass

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Glass

19th Century Snuff Bottle
Located in London, GB
A blue overlay glass snuff bottle
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Glass

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Glass

  • 19th Century Snuff Bottle
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  • 19th Century Snuff Bottle
  • 19th Century Snuff Bottle
H 0.01 in. Dm 0.01 in.
19th C. Hand Blown Amber Glass Wine Bottles
Located in Houston, TX
19th c. Hand Blown Amber Glass Wine Bottles from France.
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Antique 19th Century French Glass

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Glass

19th Century Large French Wine Bottle
Located in Stamford, CT
French wine bottle in green glass, circa 1890s. Please note of wear consistent with age.
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Antique Late 19th Century French French Provincial Glass

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Glass

  • 19th Century Large French Wine Bottle
  • 19th Century Large French Wine Bottle
  • 19th Century Large French Wine Bottle
  • 19th Century Large French Wine Bottle
H 19.00 in. W 13.50 in. D 13.50 in.
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19th Century Glass Bottles For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are several options of 19th century glass bottles available for sale. Frequently made of glass, blown glass and metal, all 19th century glass bottles available were constructed with great care. 19th century glass bottles have been produced for many years, with earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. Victorian, Art Nouveau and Neoclassical 19th century glass bottles are consistently popular styles. There have been many well-made 19th century glass bottles over the years, but those made by Jean-Baptiste Desvignes, Alvin Corporation and Clichy are often thought to be among the most beautiful.

How Much are 19th Century Glass Bottles?

Prices for 19th century glass bottles can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, 19th century glass bottles begin at $21 and can go as high as $24,500, while the average can fetch as much as $639.

Finding the Right Glass for You

Whether you’re seeking glass dinner plates, centerpieces, platters and serveware or other items to elevate the dining experience or brighten the corners of your living room, bedroom or other spaces by displaying decorative pieces, find an extraordinary range of antique, new and vintage glass on 1stDibs.

Glassmaking is more than 4,000 years old. It is believed to have originated in Northern Mesopotamia, where carved glass objects were the result of a series of experiments led by potters or metalworkers. From there, the production of glass vases, bottles and other objects proliferated in Egypt under the reign of Thutmose III. Later, new glassmaking techniques took shape during the Hellenistic era, and glassblowing was invented in contemporary Israel. Then, on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy, modern art glass as we know it came to be.

Over the years, collectors of glass decorative objects or serveware have sought out distinctive antique and vintage pieces of the mid-century modern, Art Deco and Art Nouveau eras, with artisans such as Archimede Seguso, René Lalique and Émile Gallé of particular interest for the pioneering contributions they made to the respective styles in which they worked. Today, long-standing glassworks such as Barovier&Toso carry on the Venetian glasswork tradition, while modern furniture designers and sculptors such as Christophe Côme and Jeff Zimmerman elsewhere test the limits of the radical art form that is glassmaking.

From chandeliers to Luminarc stemware, find a collection of antique, new and vintage glass on 1stDibs.

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