Date Added: 13 June 2006
This is a interesting village scene on some tropical native paradise in the Pacific. The are two rattan huts with nice features including ladders, windows with push out covers. There are 2 people in the scene. One is churning butter and the other one appears to be sweeping with a long pole. There is a tree with 2 main branches coming from the trunk. Below each window are grouping of foliage as if in a window box. This diorama in a bottle was made for tourist trade. The bottle is made in England and is sealed with a screw top wrapped in 2 colors of beige rope. The bottle has a crosspiece wooden stand.
|Type:||Philippine Huts||Maker's Name:|
|Bottle Size:||12" x 3 1/2"||Year Made:||1990's|
|Bottle Type:||Marked: Liquor Bottle England|