Vintage Ceramic Bottles B. Mason Jar Vase, Bottles - Revisions Design Studio, orchard + olive
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Vintage Ceramic Bottles , Bottles - Revisions Design Studio, orchard + olive
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Vintage Ceramic Bottles , Bottles - Revisions Design Studio, orchard + olive
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Vintage Ceramic Bottles H. Chicago Dairy, Bottles - Revisions Design Studio, orchard + olive
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Vintage Ceramic Bottles D. NYC Chemist, Bottles - Revisions Design Studio, orchard + olive
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Vintage Ceramic Bottles B. Mason Jar Vase, Bottles - Revisions Design Studio, orchard + olive
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Vintage Ceramic Bottles

  • Handmade from raw, unglazed porcelain, these beautiful porcelain bottle replicas would be a cute addition to any mantle or tabletop. Use it as a vase for a single flower or strictly as decoration. Each is a porcelain replica of the original antique glass bottle. The white, unglazed porcelain has a beautiful mat ivory finish. Don't worry, it will still hold water. Fired porcelain is extremely dense and glass like.

    Handmade in Michigan

    Material: Porcelain, ceramic 

    Measurements:
    B. Mason Jar Vase: Size: 4.5'' tall x 2.75'' wide, opening measures: 2'' in diameter

    C. Weaver Dairy: The front of the vase reads, "quality blue ribbon" "made in the USA"... The back reads, "one pint" "wash and recycle" Size: 6'' tall x 2.5'' wide, opening measures 1.5'' in diameter

    D. NYC Chemist: Recreated from an antique glass chemistry bottle. Front reads: “The Maltine MFG CO Chemists New York” Size: 6.5'' tall x 2.75'' wide opening measures: 1'' in diameter

    E. Chicago Brewery: Front reads: “McAvoy Brewing Co Chicago Ill, U.S.A” Size: 7.75'' tall x 2.25'' wide opening measures: 5/8'' in diameter

    H. Chicago Dairy: Front reads: “this bottle property of and filled by Wieland Dairy Company, Chicago IL One Quart” Back reads: “One Quart sealed-11 not to be sold, wash and return” Size: 8’’ h x 3.25’’ w, opening 1.5’’ diameter
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • A Michigan-based artist takes on the art of recreating nostalgic pieces that are often made of glass and transforming them into porcelain beauties.