Beiler Look-alike - Bottle #630
Date Added: 12 July 2008
This is a bottle made by Steve Moseley of St. Louis, Missouri. It is made in a style used by the late Amos Beiler, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. It is in a decorative vinegar bottle. The flowers are made from 1/64 inch veneers of Maple, Walnut, Mahogany and Cherry. The stopper is made of Walnut. The framework is made of Basswood. The Whimsey is 11 inches tall At the base on the bottom is the signature of the artist "Steve Moseley" and "St. Louis 2008," the location and year the bottle was made.
|Type:||Amos Beiler Style Whimsey||Maker's Name:||Moseley, Steve|
|Category:||Whimsey||Made Where:||St. Louis, MO.|
|Bottle Size:||11" tall||Made When:||2008|
|Bottle Type:||Vinegar Bottle|
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