Intact tiny bottle? Sea Glass Identification

by Eric Nelsen
(Vashon Island Wa. U.S.A.)

Sea glass bottle -

Sea glass bottle -

~ question submitted by Eric Nelsen in Vashon Island Wa. U.S.A.

I was wondering if finding an intact 2 1/4" very abraded clear glass bottle is unusual?

The bottle has some faint writing that says: "LIQUID COLOR".

It's perfect but heavily pitted and frosted.

~ question submitted by Eric Nelsen

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Comment:

Wow, Eric, that is a really nice find! It is very unusual and the fact that it is all in one piece really makes it special.

Just a guess is that it is a dye bottle, either for hair dye or for textile dye.

A good bottle identification book like the ones below will surely help you ID this gem.

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~ David (chief bottle washer - OdysseySeaGlass

 PS - Where did you find this nice bottle?





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Burnett's liquid color
by: Elb

Look up Burnett's liquid color, I think you will agree with me, that is what your bottle is. Bluing that was added to the rinse water when washing clothes in the 30 s, 40s and 50s.

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by: Joe t

Burnett Food Coloring

food color
by: Amy

I just googled 'vintage liquid color bottle' and it looks like it might be a food color bottle.

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by: Vickie Martin

I found several types of very small bottles in Okinawa.

These were medicine bottles the military had during WW2.

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Possibilities
by: Meg -IN

Hello, I love to find odd bottles, and I found your post.

First, is there any sort of date posted? My first thought of the " Liquid Color" is hair coloring.

Back when everthing was in glass bottles. Another ideal is alcohol. Amber looking alcohol was known as Liquid Color at one point.

I tried to google the item as I am sure you have as well and found nothing of the shape.

The best places for reference would be a glass dealer, a bottle collector, or even a well-known pond shop.

Don't let them fool you though!

Hello
by: Monica Dally

Nice bottle, Eric! I grew up on Vashon Island. Class of 1979. I live in Hawaii now on the Big Island. Once an island girl, always an island girl. Love the bottle.

I am addicted to finding sea glass and have never found such a treasure as a entire frosted bottle. What a fun find!!

Aloha!

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