Date Added: 27 February 2017
This is a scene showing an Indian seated in his camp with a small teepee and large colorful upright trees. The scene is built on a sectional base floor. The Indian is smoking a pipe and wearing buckskin with a decorative pattern. In front of the Indian is a small campfire. The trees are painted in green and red with some natural wood color. The teepee is made in three panels with a drawing on each panel. There is a man standing and talking with the Indian. He is dressed in a yellow shirt and brown pants. He is holding a rifle between his legs. There is a long staff with a flag with a drawing on it beside the man. The bottle is sealed with a silver metal screw cap.
|Type:||Indian and Teepee Scene in a Bottle||Maker's Name:||Exeter Artist|
|Category:||Figures||Made Where:||Exeter, RI|
|Bottle Size:||6 1/2" x 2 1/2"||Year Made:||1930 - 1940's|
|Bottle Type:||Karo Syrup Bottle|