Antique 1800s Art Glass Barber Bottles


Antique 1800s Art Glass Barber Bottles
Wonderful find, this pair of later 1800s Art Glass Barber Bottles.
In the later part of the 1800s barbers would fill their own bottles with hair tonic, shampoo, rosewater, and facial splashes, but after the Food and Drug Act of 1906, which made it illegal to refill non-labeled bottles, these bottles slowly disappeared.
These two bottles are in wonderful condition, one is in a vivid blue and the other in a dark purple.
Both have hand painted enameled floral design with gold accent around the base. The bottles are as found with some dried mineral content inside the bottles. The condition of the bottles is wonderful and display worthy, no cracks and only a couple very very fine scuffs.

Circa, 1880-1900
Measures, approximately 7½” tall
Condition, as noted above.
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Sku# 5905
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