Foods and Jars

 

 

 

 

 

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This is a dug cylinder sauce with crude whittle and applied taper top
(ref. no. DM8)

$19

An aqua example with great strike and in great condition, circa 1845
(ref. no. DY48)

$34

An odd-shaped yellow wide mouth jar in gem mint condition, circa 1890
(ref. no. FL359)
Sold

This is an unusual colored JSP bottle, a deep peacock blue, great shape
(ref. no. JP8)

Sold

This is an unusual railroad food jar in a deep smoky amber color
(ref. no. C35)

$39

A post-Civil War Philly area dressing bottle
(ref. no. X1586)

$9

This is an unusually tall lime green caper bottle with hand tooled top and beveled corners
(ref. no. SH49)

$16

A mint quart example
(ref. no. SH13)

$18

A near mint quart, very pretty
(ref. no. SH17)

$79

This is a waisted type caper bottle, circa 1885-1890
(ref. no. SH51)

$16

This is a smaller caper bottle with fluted corners
(ref. no. SH52)

$15

This is a crude sauce with loads of character, super tall at almost 14"
(ref. no. FL470)

$24

Here's an eclectic bottle and button combo from beach-combing collector
(ref. no. NN18)

$18

A classic 1870 era cod liver oil with old stylings and a long straight neck.
(ref. no. SH42)

$23

A circa 1885 sided bottle with loads of character, mint
(ref. no. BS7)

On Hold

$23

Circa 1870 fancy sauce or condiment bottle
(ref. no. X1814)

$16

This is a fatter style caper bottle than usual, fluted corners, nice character
(ref. no. SH50)

$16

A late 1800's pint sized midget 1858 jar with small mouth and lid
(ref. no. JP2)

On Hold

$22

A somewhat crude example with ground lip
(ref. no. H76)

On Hold

$13

A late 1800's quart with ground lip
(ref. no. C52)

On Hold

$22

A pint, embossed in circlular pattern
(ref. no. H75)

$14