14 Bottles with Coloring Powder

Object Name: 
14 Bottles with Coloring Powder

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Object Name: 
14 Bottles with Coloring Powder
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Primary Description: 
Polychrome and colorless non-lead (?) glasses; mold-blown (bottles), powdered (enamels). Cylindrical bottles, with smaller cylindrical necks and flat rims; ground stoppers with disk tops; (A) containing bright blue powder; (B) containing orange powder; (C) with a very slight amount of yellow-green powder; (D) light blue powder; (E) bright orange powder; (F) larger bottle, bright orange powder; (G) larger bottle, dark red powder; (H) larger bottle, lavender powder; (I) Smaller bottle with loose, non-fitting stopper; remains of red powder inside; (J) larger bottle; pink powder; (K) larger bottle; bright orange powder; (L) larger bottle; bright blue powder; (M) larger bottle; dark brown powder; (N) larger bottle; green powder.
Walther, Gerhard, Source