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    Posted 6 years ago

    trunk_junkie
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    This glass bottle is shaped like a house or cottage. It stands 7 1/4" tall. There are no markings on it. I don't know if it held liquor. The top opening is 2" in diameter. I would love to know what it was used for and the name of the manufacturer

    First picture is the front
    Second picture is the right side
    Third picture is the back
    Fourth picture is the left side

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    Comments

    1. aghcollect aghcollect, 6 years ago
      Any emboseed numbers or glass marks on the bottom?
    2. trunk_junkie trunk_junkie, 6 years ago
      Hi Aghcollect.

      Thanks for responding.

      No, there are no distinguishing marks anywhere on the bottle that I can see, even with a magnifying glass.
    3. slackjack, 6 years ago
      This looks like a pickle bottle, but I cannot find the proof. Not a liquor bottle.
    4. aghcollect aghcollect, 6 years ago
      agree with slackjack - basically with the large mouth it is considered a jar not a bottle - definitely not a liquor bottle, more than likely a condiment jar of some type (pickles, olives, marachino cherries, etc.), maybe even a peanut jar - but with no embossed glass mark on the base it would almost be impossible to identify the actual product source.
    5. trunk_junkie trunk_junkie, 6 years ago
      Thanks so much slackjack and aghcollect. I never would have thought it was a pickle, olive, cherry jar. Will search on the web for a "jar" and see if I come up with anything even remotely similar to what I have.
    6. anniec, 5 years ago
      I have one like it. I have searched everywhere trying to find anything like it. I'm still trying to identify it. Have you found anything more on this?

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