Tag Archives: Dyottville

A. Lambert Bitters – Philadelphia

A. Lambert Bitters – Philadelphia 14 October 2018 (R•110318) Nick Downs posted some great pictures of an “A. Lambert’s Bitters Philada” cylinder from Philadelphia over on the Antique Bitters Bottles Facebook page. His pictures are below. I cropped away the … Continue reading

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I recently picked up a Summer/Winter GX-15 Pontil Pint Aquamarine Flask

I recently picked up a Summer/Winter GX-15 Pontil Pint Aquamarine Flask 12 February 2015 It seemed like a nice day to do a post on a Summer Winter flask and put the Winter side on the top of the page. … Continue reading

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Check these T. W. Dyott bottles out!

Check these T. W. Dyott bottles out! 09 September 2013 It has really been just fantastic lately to see researchers, collectors and writers submit information for posting on Peachridge Glass. The last exchanges with Stephen Atkinson have been perfect examples. … Continue reading

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Singing along at Dyottville Glass Works

Singing along at Dyottville Glass Works 08 May 2013 For a number of reasons I have been searching through old Philadelphia directories searching for information. I couldn’t help but to get side tracked on Dyottville Glass Works again and in … Continue reading

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Washington – Taylor (Portrait Only) Historical Flasks

WASHINGTON  TAYLOR PORTRAIT  FLASKS 27 January 2013 (R•061717) (R•031719) Since starting out as a Bitters collector back in 2002, I have ‘strayed’ slightly from my course a couple of times into the Historical Flask world. As a specialist in color runs I … Continue reading

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What is Puce or ‘Pooce’ as some call it?

T H E    C O L O R    P U C E “Puce is the French word for flea” What is Puce or ‘Pooce’ as some call it? 08 November 2012 Puce (often misspelled as “puse”, “peuse” or … Continue reading

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A lot of Collectors find Dyottville fascinating

A lot of Collectors find Dyottville fascinating 30 September 2012 Hi again Ferdinand, A lot of collectors find Dyottville fascinating; Here are three Dyottville cylinders including the “Class of 1846” example on the left (Fig:1). That one and the center are both two-part … Continue reading

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Civil War era Dyottville Embossed Cylinder Bottles

Civil War era Dyottville Embossed Cylinder Bottles 29 September 2012 PRG” Incoming email and material related to the Class of 1846 – West Point Bottle post “Hi. This is just an FYI. There are at least two more Dyottville cylinder whiskeys … Continue reading

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Class of 1846 – West Point Bottle

Class of 1846 – West Point Bottle? This gentleman told me that it is indeed documented in a cadet memoir that the father of one of the cadets supplied liquor for the graduation party which they called “Fandango.” [Fascinating incoming … Continue reading

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Washington – Taylor Portrait Flask out of the woodwork….or something like that

“Our flask was recovered from a privy in the Historic District in downtown Savannah. The privy dated to about 1820 and was in use until around 1900. The bottle was recovered from a “cleanout” pit about 8 feet deep adjacent … Continue reading

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