Here we have two Avon bottles. One is the inchworm bottle--vintage, empty. The other bottle is an Exquisite Avon Replica lay-down Bottle ( a replica of the California Perfume Company's Victorian bottle). Issued in 1979 as an Anniversary Keepsake Cologne Flacon -- I believe 1979 was Avon's 93rd Anniversary-? (Avon started as the California Perfume Company in 1886!).
Lay-down bottle is filled with Avon's pretty young at heart fragrance, Sweet Honesty...
We have a stunning, Evening in Paris Cobalt Blue Glass Perfume Vial Bottle with a Tassel. It is almost full. Measures approx. 3" with the cap on but without the tassel. Label reads: Evening in Paris Perfume Bourjois New York . Very good USED condition. The label is in good condition. I am guessing this was sold in the 1950s but I am not positive. (There IS still perfume in the bottle, but I don't know the condition, so I am selling this as a collectible bottle...
This is a set of 5 perfume bottles. All vintage. All small size. There is a bird from Avon--full of Charisma. We have an inchworm --empty. We cannot read what was in the inchworm. Avon Rapture bottle--empty--but it is a beautiful bottle (lying down with gold top.).
We have a bottle of Bird Song. It is partly full . This bottle is in fair condition. Then we have one more vintage perfume bottle--full . It is ribbed and a goldish top. No markings on it...
Here we have a set of vintage Avon perfume bottles: the turtle Avon perfume bottle--empty. We have the swan--partly full, the snail is full and the inchworm is full. The ladybug is partly full. Excellent condition.
Very cute. Perfect for the collector.((There IS still perfume in the bottles, but I don't know the condition, so I am selling these as collectible bottles. The perfume is a bonus.)
This is a set of 5 vintage Avon perfume bottles. We have the swan, snail, snowman, inch worm and the tiny mouse with tail. Most are full or partly full. Very sweet. Excellent condition.(There IS still perfume in the bottles, but I don't know the condition, so I am selling these as collectible bottles. The perfume is a bonus.)
Here we have two vintage Log Cabin syrup flasks or bottles. Log Cabin celebrated our American heritage in the year of 1976 by issuing several different commerative bottles, each with a different American theme. If you are a bottle collector, you know how priceless these are. I think they have been retired and will not be made again.
The first bottle is
called a "Special Collectors' Flask"...
This is a decorative, unique dark amber glass bottle. This glass bottle has a "bottle in basket" pattern. It has a hand applied handle and a cork stopper. I think it is just decorative.
Maybe at one time it held wine vinegar or whatever.
Maker is unknown. Color: Dark Amber
Measurements : 5" tall, 3-3/4" wide, 10" long .
Good vintage condition. It has some light scratches on the top but still in good condition. Unique.
Great conversation starter...
Here we have a set of two vintage clear glass bottles from the past.
The first bottle is a unique, vintage round ink bottle. Embossed in the center in 3 lines -- "Sanford's Inks, HALF PINT, And Library Paste". Light and minimal age grime inside.
The second bottle is an old pepper sauce bottle. The bottle measures 7" tall x 2" wide at the bottom. There are several small bubbles in the glass .PLEASE SEE ALL 4 FOLLOWING ENLARGEMENTS ON NEXT PAGES>>
Here we have three old clear glass bottles. Presently, old primitive bottles are very popular, unusual home decorations . They are gaining in popularity and they make authentic decorations for the home or office.
The first bottle is an old Watkins glass apothecary bottle. This bottle measures 6" tall x 2-1/4" wide. The bottle has no cracks or chips. It has a diamond with an "I" in the middle on the bottom (made by Illinios Glass --??? )...
This is an old bottle. It held Cream of Almonds. This was a very old type skin conditioner or emollient. It was made by Harmony of Boston. It contained 5% alcohol. It was used for every type of skin problem--sunburns, chapped skin, windburn, shaving burns, etc.. The bottle is in good condition but there are some tears and paper holes on the neck collar of the bottle. See photos.
The first practical sewing machine was developed by Isaac Singer in Massachusetts, 1850. One year later, Singer and Edward Clark formed I.M. Singer & Company. In 1863 the company was changed to Singer Manufacturing Company.
This bottle is old but it is in great condition,.The bottle is rectangular, made of clear glass and embossed with the Singer "S" logo and "SINGER MANUFACTURING CO./TRADE MARK" on the front. See photos.