Calabash bottle

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Object Name: 
Calabash bottle
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
H: 23.6 cm, W: 13.8 cm, D: 10.1 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Mr. James Friant
Primary Description: 
Transparent brownish-yellow non-lead glass; mold-blown. Pear-shaped bottle, slightly flattened, with long neck, molded collar. The two flat sides have "JENNY LIND" above a female bust on one side and "EMPIRE GLASS WORKS" above a building with a tower on the other side. Deep circular indentation on base.
Friant, James, Source