Date Added: 14 July 2006
This is a chair in a bottle with a cloth woven seat. The chair is made from pine and is approximately 5" tall. It has tapered legs with cross rungs between the legs, and a straight back with two cross rungs between the upright back. The seat is cross weaved with blue and white yarn. The bottle is sealed with a long pine dowel shaped piece of wood going in the bottle and a square piece extended from the dowel outside the bottle. The dowel stopper is tamper proof with a cross piece of pine going through the dowel preventing you from pulling the dowel from the bottle. The bottle has raised lettering which says "Federal Law Forbids Sale Or Re-Use Of This Bottle" and "4/5 Quart." There is a name stamped on side of top wood handle that says "Fort Sequoyah Ancient Indian Village, Llivingston KY." The bottle has 1963 engraved on bottom, and numbers 2548-1. This model was made by Jesse Jackson who made the model in records ID Numbers 270, 293, 298, and 436.
|Type:||Chair||Maker's Name:||Jackson, Jesse|
|Category:||Furniture||Made Where:||Livingston, KY|
|Bottle Size:||10 3/4" x 3 1/8"||Year Made:||1963|
|Bottle Type:||1963 Liquor|