Date Added: 02 February 2008
This is a recreation of a scene that happened in the 1960's. The hippie girl has just placed a yellow flower down the barrel of a rifle of a soldier. She is standing in a field of yellow, red, purple and orange flowers and has a purple and red flower in her right hand. She is wearing brown shoes and has on a light and dark blue skirt. Her shirt is a red, yellow, blue and white Tye dye. The soldier is standing at attention with his rifle on the sidewalk. He is a private with a green army uniform and black boots. The trick stopper locking mechanism is turned light wood which has Steve Moseley, St. Louis and 2008 written on it in black ink. The top part of the stopper is made of Walnut. It is covered with flowers and peace signs. There are five bullets placed over the flowers. On the top of the stopper there is a large yellow, orange and black flower.
|Type:||Scene from 1960 era||Maker's Name:||Moseley, Steve|
|Category:||Figures||Made Where:||St. Louis, MO|
|Bottle Size:||Year Made:||2008, January|
|Bottle Type:||Knob Creek|