[pinterest count=”horizontal”] This rare, primitive antique stoneware bottle was probably made in England in the early 1900s. The distinctive two-tone Bristol glaze is beige with honey brown at the top. These bottles were used for beer or ginger beer. Measuring 8.5 inches high and three inches in diameter, the handsome bottle is in very good condition with three small old chips around the bottom rim. No other chips or cracks. A wonderful collector piece and perfect for a small display of wildflowers in a farmhouse, primitive, country or rustic kitchen.
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