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Highland Aerated Waterworks bottle

Highland Aerated Waterworks bottle

Date Added: 24 April 2008 Year: 1920 Institution Name: dnhhl Cat No: | 2006_085 | Picture No: 3104

Clear straight sided bottle (a) for lemonade or similar, with indentations in neck to hold wires of stopper (b). The side of the bottle has a design of targe, axe and crossed swords in a circle, with Highland Aerated Water Works Trade Mark Macdonald Tain NB round the edge. The base of the bottle is stamped KBLT. The stopper is white ceramic and has the remains of the rusted wires protruding from it. The words Macdonald Tain in red are faintly visible across the top. Made in a two part mould, stopper is white refined earthenware with transfer print words

Dimensions: Height 222mm - Diameter 57mm

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The workshop was demolished October 2006.

Comment left on 14 February 2009 at 00:51 by Andrew S MacKay
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