19th Century Stoneware Beer Bottle R.K. & Co. Knickerbocker with Spelling Error

19th Century Stoneware Beer Bottle R.K. & Co. Knickerbocker with Spelling Error

Regular price $95.50


Description:  An early salt glazed, stoneware beer bottle from the later 1800s that holds just under 1 quart. Incised R.K. & Co. Nickerbacker which is believed to be a makers' spelling error and should have been Knickerbocker. A nice primitive appearance with a light gray exterior and age wear. A unique find for your bottle collection.

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Circa:  Most likely Late 1800s

Height: 9 ¾”
Mouth Diameter: 1 ½” (outside), 7/8” (inside)

Product Weight: 2 pounds 3 ounces

Markings:  No visible makers’ marks or signatures

Material:  Stoneware, Clay

Color:  Gray

Origin:  United States

Condition:  Previously owned – used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. In good condition with normal age wear and spots.

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