Date Added: 19 July 2012
This bottle contains a three-faceted religious theme. The front of the bottle depicts a man with in a bewildered pose standing at the pearly gates facing the gate keeper who holds a long list of names. There are two unidentified doors with steps. On the backside of the bottle we learn that one of the doors leads to heaven and the other door leads to hell. The scene of heaven has an angel, man and numerous animals. It is a colorful and joyous scene. Hell is all in fiery red and has the devil standing guard with his trident in hand. The lost souls are depicted and the overall scene is gruesome and hopeless. Built in a 'Gentleman Jack Daniels' bottle with (outside meas.) 5" at the shoulder, 4" at the base, 7" to start of neck, 11" tall to brass tip, and 2" deep at base.
|Type:||Religious Fateful Diorama||Maker's Name:||Brown, Keith|
|Category:||Religious||Made Where:||Covina, CA|
|Bottle Size:||11" x 4"||Year Made:||2012|
|Bottle Type:||Gentleman Jack Daniels|