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TOD | Ginger Beer Bottle Shards | 1800's | Sea Pottery | Name | Supplies (6503)
Here is a set of authentic sea pottery shards found on the beautiful, wild Scottish coastline.
They are shards from old ginger beer bottles, popular in the 1800s & 1900s. One of the original bottles would have had the name 'James M Tod, Kirkcaldy' on the front. These were made by Buchan Portobello Edinburgh.
We sometimes find the stopper that would have been in the top, which also depicts the name 'Tod' - please enquire if you'd like one.
They would make a quirky gift - a true piece of history.
They come as found- I do not do anything other than give it a gentle rinse in mild soapy water.
They would be perfect for any number of projects including jewellery design and mosaics.
This is a very unusual, one of a kind piece.
Please look at the 5 pence piece for sizing guidance. It measures the same as the US dime in diameter - 18mm/0.7inch.
Item will be shipped from United Kingdom
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