Early Blown Case Bottle/Flask

   

Pictured above is a late 18th century or early 19th century blown case bottle/flask. The sides are polished and it is engraved with Masonic symbols. The shoulder is cut with ovals, it has a half post neck and the rim of the neck is cut as well. It has a German silver pourer that is stamped with the word ALPACCA and what appears to be DRGM. Not sure this is original to the bottle or not. 9 1/2" tall with the pourer and 8 1/4" without. It is about 2 11/16" by 4 5/8" on the sides. It has a few small bubbles in the glass.   Itís in perfect shape, no chips, cracks or repairs.

A special "Thank You" to Brother Fred Lowstetter for sharing the pictures and description of his beautiful bottle with our museum.

 

 

         

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