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    Posted 1 year ago

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    I love the colour this bottle turned!
    Hope everyone is keeping healthy and safe. We will get through this.
    I was told this bottle was dug up at a site of the Expo 86 grounds in B.C.

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    1. iggy iggy, 1 year ago
      Do you think it was Irradiated? Never seen one turn that color from the process. could be natural color. Great bottle none the less!
    2. CokeKid-04 CokeKid-04, 1 year ago
      Thanks iggy! The "irradiated" thing sounds familiar, but not sure exactly. I do believe that there is science behind it. I have seen this colour before but never within my reach. Hoping a bottle expert will advise.
    3. iggy iggy, 1 year ago
      'Irradiatied' means to artificially with the use of certain kind of uv rays, to alter the color of a botle. Some people do this intentionally to try and sell them for an outragous amount of money. Stating that it is a rare color of glass. but your color I think is natural to the bottle. Most common 'fake' color is purple. If left out in the sun for yrs a clear bottle will change to light purple though.

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