Mustard bottle

The bottle is complete. It is square with concave corners. In cross-section, it has a straight wall, a rounded shoulder and a high neck that flares out at the top, ending in a neck whose rim is folded in on itself on the outside. The base is straight, and the bottom has a wide fulcrum; the center is sunken into a dome, and shows a trace of blowpipe pontil. There are two mold lines from the underside of the base to the neck at mid-height. There is a vertically-molded inscription on one of the sides: LONDON; None, other than the shape of the object and the shade of the glass.

  • Accession Number 2018.10.911
  • Date 1830 c
  • Materials green-tinted glass
  • Measurements 12,9 x 3,6 x 2,7 cm
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  • Accession Number 2018.10.911
  • Date 1830 c
  • Materials green-tinted glass
  • Measurements 12,9 x 3,6 x 2,7 cm
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© Collection Pointe-à-Callière, Paul-Gaston L'Anglais fonds,2018.010.0911
Photo by René Bouchard

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