Tag Archives: Winchester

Schroeder’s German Bitters – Baltimore

Schroeder’s German Bitters – Baltimore 03 March 2015 Bob Ford with the Baltimore Antique Bottle Club posted the picture below of the extremely rare, and very uniquely designed Schroeder’s German Bitters from Baltimore, Maryland recently on the Bitters Bottles Facebook page. … Continue reading

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Milburn’s Kola Bitters – Winchester Virginia

Milburn’s Kola Bitters – Winchester, Virginia 25 August 2013 (R•031614) Tom Leveille teased me late last week with a bitters bottle I was not immediately familiar with, which usually means I do not have an example. The pictures he sent … Continue reading

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My Lunch on Fiesta dinnerware at the Tea Room within the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

This past week I had lunch with an associate of mine from my company FMG Design at the Tea Room at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in historic Winchester, Virginia. This is always a nice experience with wonderful light lunches … Continue reading

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Some Gorgeous Depression Glass Table Settings

Today was filled with business in some neat historic places. We (an associate of mine Kim Cao, from FMG) started out in Winchester, Virginia and ended up with meetings in the town of Luray, Virginia. Instead of taking I-81 we … Continue reading

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