ga. prime":2somasz4 said:Found it while doing some yardwork (involving digging) for my brother over in Savannah. His house is right up next to the marsh. Lucky I didn't break it. It cleaned up real good. I did manage to cut his phone line with a shovel. Never would have known except my sister in law came out and said "hey, our phone stopped working". :lol2:
Yes it does have a green tint.newrancher":1ab68jzl said:Does it have a green tint or is it my imagination? I like the bottle but I luv the table. Did you make it?
A book I have says: 1880-1890ga. prime":9r3mmzle said:Yes, it does have seams on opposite sides of the bottle up to the top. The top looks like it was placed on in a separate step. There are some twists (wrinkles) in the neck. A few very small bubbles. No writing on it.
backhoeboogie":19mec9ys said:My maternal grandaddy had some of those. He used to dig abandonned shallow wells. People filled dry wells with trash in the old days. He always referred to those as "bullet bottles". I don't know if that was a correct term or just a layman's term amongst bottle traders. He's been gone for several years now.