Great Window Shots dominating the news

Apple-Touch-IconAAs some of you know, here at Peachridge, we put our bottles in windows down here in southeast Texas as available wall space and basements are few and far between. Natural light can bring out the strongest characteristics of a bottle. Bottle colors also change with the ever-shifting passage of the day and seasons. It is also interesting to look beyond the windows into the background where you can see the present weather conditions and sometimes the time of day.

These pictures are wonderful and represent a nice cross-section of various bottle types.

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[PRG] This could easily be my favorite image of the lot. This picture from Mike Brauser depicts a combination of various types of bottles, jars and glass orbs. The mood created is just spectacular.

I though I would share some of my favorite pictures of late of great window shots.

GREAT WINDOW SHOTS


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The warmth of the passing sun illuminates one of the Jerry & Helen Forbes windows. (See More)


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A few “New England” pieces of table ware for sale.. – Daniel Baldwin


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Updated HDR photo of my window. Just playing around with HDR photos, which are 3 exposures, one under, one properly and one over exposed. Software mixes all three together and gives a closer example of what our eyes see. Special thanks to Jeff Noordsy, Mike George, Rick Cirelli and Jeff Burkhardt and others for making this grouping possible – Chip Cable


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Table Grouping – Doug Simms


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Thanks to Evelyn Roberge for the new Green 1/2 Pint London Warners Addition – Aaron Hanshew


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I have a few unembossed barrels. Some are pontiled and others smooth. I like them just as much too – Tim Henson


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Green jars and a bottle – Rick Ciralli


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Baltimore show was great! Picked up a beautiful new Olive Green Udolpho’s for my collection! and a Burnett’s – Aaron Hanshew


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WESTERN SPICE MILLS peppersauce, Hexagonal cathedral pickle and half gallon Willington cathedral pickle. Yellow to deep amber. – Charles and Jayne Aprill


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More Willington color – Tom Marshall (See More)


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A Few Utilities – Dana Charlton-Zarro


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Can’t be at the Baltimore show, so I’ll look out this window and dream a little. – Charles Aprill


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Spring is coming…. – Tom Marshall


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n from a friend of mine… ever seen a Rohrer’s in this color? I think the only one i’ve seen in this lighter yellow is in the Fuss collection. – Tim Henson


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here is a variety of Pitkins, all showing off their half posts… – Dana Charlton-Zarro


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Bottle Window – Charles Flint


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The good stuff. Rare Colorado bottles I have dug. – Mike Holzwarth


Read More: Texas Window – Some Random Thoughts on a Gray Day

Read More: Woody Douglas Glass Photography Gallery

Read More: Pictures at an Exhibition – Noordsy Gallery

Read More: Tom Marshall Gallery – Form & Composition

Read More: Warm Sunshine and Glass Photographs from Mike Holzwarth

About Ferdinand Meyer V

Ferdinand Meyer V is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and has a BFA in Fine Art and Graphic Design from the Kansas City Art Institute and School of Design. Ferdinand is the founding Principal of FMG Design, a nationally recognized design consultation firm. Ferdinand is a passionate collector of American historical glass specializing in bitters bottles, color runs and related classic figural bottles. He is married to Elizabeth Jane Meyer and lives in Houston, Texas with their daughter and three wonderful grandchildren. The Meyers are also very involved in Quarter Horses, antiques and early United States postage stamps. Ferdinand is the past 6-year President of the Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors and is one of the founding members of the FOHBC Virtual Museum.
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1 Response to Great Window Shots dominating the news

  1. Thanks. Looks like you are really having some fun with building your collection. Nice to meet you in Balto.

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