Date Added: 18 December 2008
This is a contemporary example of an old bottle design, the tool bottle. It was built to contrast with its mate bottle, that contains modern tools (found under Bottle ID 657). A saw horse sits on a hardwood floor. An ax and saw are embedded in the log. On the supports of the floor are written the maker of the bottle, Steve Moseley St. Louis 2008. The bottle is topped with a turned walnut corked stopper.
|Type:||Saw horse and tools in a bottle||Maker's Name:||Moseley, Steve|
|Category:||Tool||Made Where:||St. Louis, MO|
|Bottle Size:||10" including stopper||Year Made:||2008|
|Bottle Type:||750 ml Knob Creek bottle|
Links to Additional Information
|Steve Moseley, Artist Page|