19th century British distorted antique glass bottle. Each glass bottle from the 19th century has a different shape, and is filled with the charm of old glass with bubbles and various entanglements.
I was also an avid collector of glass bottles of this kind for a period of time, but my interest gradually shifted to glass bottles excavated from rivers and underground, and this work is one of the works I collected during that time.
The letters are embossed on the surface, and the bottle as a whole is distorted. The surface of the glass changes to a faint iridescence and you can see the initial silvering. There is no water leakage, so we recommend it as a flower container for windows and tea ceremonies.