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By about 1680, the long-neck bottle had evolved into the squat onion bottle. This shorter version was made between 1680 and the 1720's, and was likely used into the mid 18th century. Corked and made of dark green glass, it has a a string rim and shallow basal kick similar to original versions. About 6” tall.  Sizes vary.  Usually holds not more than 32 oz. Originally used primarily for storing wines, but also good for vinegars, oils, and water. Imported.


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