**First Time At Auction**
Northern Europe, Scotland, ca. 1780s CE. A brown glass bottle for holding wine or claret, popular drinks with the Scottish and English upper class during the late 1700s that had to be imported from the Continent. This bottle was found in a shipwreck off the coast of northern Scotland, and its burial at sea has given its surface an incredible coppery iridescent patina. Size: 3.35" W x 10.2" H (8.5 cm x 25.9 cm)
Provenance: ex private East Coast, USA collection
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