Early 20th C New York City Glass Bottles, S/5
Acquired around 2001 from a pair of urban archaeologists who find locations of old water wells around Manhattan, New York City and acquire permits from the city to excavate them. 100+ years ago people would throw trash (including glass bottles) in open water wells. 5 bottles total, including 2 large sculptural shapes, 1 smaller aqua bottle labeled Worcestershire and 2 small clear apothecary bottles.
Significant age wear, some cracking chipping in 2 larger ones.
Heights: 8", 6", 5", 3.75", 2.75"