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