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Enough dated bottles exist to show their development from their beginnings in the mid-17th century to the establishment of the cylindrical form a hundred years later. Early bottles were free-blown but probably marvered on the floor to produce an angular shoulder. Shorter necks followed in the 1680s, with globular shapes around 1700, and mallet shapes in the 1720s.

Enough dated bottles exist to show their development from their beginnings in the mid-17th century to the establishment of the cylindrical form a hundred years later. Early bottles were free-blown but probably marvered on the floor to produce an angular shoulder. Shorter necks followed in the 1680s, with globular shapes around 1700, and mallet shapes in the 1720s.

Antiques Dealers Association - Fabulous "Black Glass" Sealed Mallet Bottle Dated 1732

Antiques Dealers Association - Fabulous "Black Glass" Sealed Mallet Bottle Dated 1732

Collection Search | Corning Museum of Glass

Collection Search | Corning Museum of Glass

A previously unrecorded sealed magnum onion wine bottle dating from circa 1710-20 (FS24/358) was sold for £3,200.

A previously unrecorded sealed magnum onion wine bottle dating from circa 1710-20 (FS24/358) was sold for £3,200.

The delicate pale green glass of this early 18th century wine bottle is extremely unusual I Bottles of the period were almost always made in the usual dark green or greenish-brown metal that one thinks of as bottle glass, and any variation is rare I Moreover, the seal is named and dated: Roger Comberbach I 1725

The delicate pale green glass of this early 18th century wine bottle is extremely unusual I Bottles of the period were almost always made in the usual dark green or greenish-brown metal that one thinks of as bottle glass, and any variation is rare I Moreover, the seal is named and dated: Roger Comberbach I 1725

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