An antique Bull's Eye and Spearhead EAPG pressed glass vinegar
cruet bottle circa 1880. This early American pressed or pattern
glass bottle was made by Dalzell, Gilmore & Leighton of Findlay,
Ohio in the late 1870s, and it measures 6-1/2" tall with the stopper.
It has a deep kick (typical indented bottom configuration) and it is
in excellent condition with no cracks, losses, repairs or damage other
than some chipping to interior end of the stopper which is not visible
when in the bottle. The bottle itself is in perfect condition.
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Most people who owned Antique and Vintage Items loved and cherished them which gives them Personality, Character, and the Patina we all love. However, Do Expect the usual characteristics of Vintage glass, ie. tiny bubbles and occasional `straw marks', or annealing lines on the surface.
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