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Bottle #1059

Carved Fan in a Bottle

This is a carved fan that spreads to approximately 180 degrees inside an old whiskey bottle. The fan is has a carved support piece and rests on a single …

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Bottle #510

Carved Whimsey

This is a carved chain and ball in cage whimsey built in an old decanter. The carving is made from natural wood. The bottom of the whimsey is carved …

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Bottle #325

Closed Fan

This is a very attractive and well done model of a carved fan in a bottle. The fan is carved from one piece of wood and has very decorative blades. The …

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Bottle #622

Colgate Toothpaste, Brush, Flosser

From the Artist: "I wasn't sure if THIS one could be done. The cap had to be PRIED through the opening and the tube of toothpaste had to be emptied, …

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Bottle #1318

Criss Cross Design in a Bottle

This bottle contains a wooden criss cross structure with round discs. It is not meant to be anything in particular, just a structure.

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Bottle #785

Crossed Swords

This red,white and blue whimsey is 10 inches tall including the stopper. The stopper is a red ball with a locking mechanism. The whimsey is made of …

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Bottle #1303

Dolls Inside a Bottle

This is a bottle whimsey containing 8 celluloid dolls of various sizes, shapes and positions and one lone squirrel. On the wooden base are three small …

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Bottle #1222

Double Niddy-Noddy in a Bottle

This is an early 1830 -1860s American double niddy-noddy with an open pontil in a turn mold bottle. It has a very nicely carved top with cross hatching. …

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Bottle #609

Elmer's Glue All

Instructions from the Artist. "This is a bottle of Elmer's Glue All and a pair of scissors placed in a bottle. The Elmer's glue bottle is small …

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Bottle #351

Fan Art in a Bottle

This is an amazing bottle made by Adam Selick from the Pittsburg, PA area. The bottle is dated "Dec 10 1894" on one side of a tamper proof crossbar in …

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