Cindy and I are beachcombers. When we needed to unwind – like after the morning routine, we would take a walk on the beach looking for treasures. We found some nice pieces of seaglass – see tomorrow’s post for details.
I also found a coke bottle. You can find these coke bottles in antique shops and garage sales. But this is a seaglass coke bottle. Gently frosted by years of exposure, it only has a small chip on the top lip.
This bottle says P.F. O’Neill Bottling Company of New York with an address on Greenwich Street. I have seen various pictures of this type of bottle on the Internet but not one yet that can shed any light on its history or age. Judging from the thickness of the glass, I would guess it is early last century.
Cindy also found a clay pipe bowl. See her scrapandwrap blog for details.
Come back tomorrow to see what we did with the seaglass we found.