18th-19th century Dutch bronze bottle.
It was acquired when I was enthusiastically collecting excavated glass bottles for a period of time. At first, I was fascinated by 19th-century living glass crafts, but one day I realized that things that had been discarded underground and weathered over the years had turned into something that deviated from their original purpose. I was.
From then on, I started collecting, with an emphasis on squashed, distorted, things like that. These items are extremely rare and difficult to collect. This product is an antique copper bottle that I encountered in the process. I felt something that could not be ignored in the dissimilarity of wrinkled metal and its appearance. How about as an object?