Bottle for alcoholic beverages

The bottle is complete. It is oval in shape. In cross-section, the walls are slightly domed, as are the sides. The shoulder is rounded, the neck is short and flares out at the top, topped by a neck made of a lip that is swollen at the top and curved, and made of a fold of glass on the inside. The neck is slightly deformed. The base is straight and slightly swollen; the bottom is flat and the center of the bottom is domed, with a slight trace of glass pontil. There appear to be two vertical mold lines on the sides; this line crosses the shoulder and stops at the neck ; The decoration is molded. It is visible on both sides. One side features a front-facing eagle with outstretched wings, its head turned to the left; it holds three olive branches in its talons and is surmounted by thirteen small stars in two rows. The opposite face is adorned with a large bunch of grapes hanging from a leafy stem. The sides are adorned with vertical flutes, from the base to the neck.

  • Accession Number 2018.10.525
  • Date 2000 c
  • Materials green-tinted glass
  • Measurements 17,7 x 5,6 cm
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  • Accession Number 2018.10.525
  • Date 2000 c
  • Materials green-tinted glass
  • Measurements 17,7 x 5,6 cm
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© Collection Pointe-à-Callière, Paul-Gaston L'Anglais fonds,2018.010.0525
Photo by René Bouchard

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