How old is this?

by Marian McSherry
(Cape May NJ)

Black glass/ dark green

Black glass/ dark green

Found this black glass bottle bottom on Big Pine Key Florida after Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage there!

It’s uneven in thickness, measures 2 1/2” in diameter and has lots of bubbles in the bottom!

Also has a Capital B and a #2 on the bottom! Please help!

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May 02, 2018
Kick up glass bottom
by: Marian

Thank you for your put me on a little better track that I could find myself !! I did google it and found out it may be a champagne bottle but the capital B on the bottom could be American or Foreign in nature.. I couldnt find out any more information..but thanks for getting back to me..much appreciated!

May 02, 2018
by: Marie

This is a kickup bottom.its usually found on bottoms of nofollow" href="">champagne kickup seaglass for a more in-depth description of it.

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