CUT PUNTY, VESICA, AND LEAF COLOGNE BOTTLE, apple green, tapered wide-base form with neck ring, factory-polished eight-point mouth, and star-cut base, original pyriform air-trap stopper cut with matching punties and leaves. Neither unit numbered. Together with a matching honey amber bottle lacking stopper. Two pieces total. Boston & Sandwich Glass Co. 1850-1870. 8" HOA, 5 1/2" H bottle, 3" D base.
Excellent condition, green example mouth with a shallow chip/flake under two points, stopper with a shallow vertical chip to extension; amber example with shallow chip to one point of mouth and neck ring.
Literature: Parallels Barlow/Kaiser - The Glass Industry in Sandwich, vol. 3, p. 132, fig. 3147.
Provenance: Collection of Bryan Grapentine, Phoenix, AZ.
Green example: Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates, 10/23/10, lot 229.
Ex-collection of Dot and Ted Anthony, Saddle River, NJ (retains collection label).
Vincent Ortello, 12/95.
Exhibited: "Sensational Sandwich," Sandwich Glass Museum, 1995.
Catalogue Note: In the Sandwich exhibit this cologne was catalogued as the only single-color example recorded in this pattern, with all other known examples being overlay-glass specimens.