This vintage piece is hand made in a rather heavy, old bottle. It is a 3 mast sailing Bark named "MARY". She is sailing on very choppy waters past a village. The Bark has three well-proportioned masts with yard arms. The rigging is excellent and very detailed with both standing and running rigging. There are two unidentified flags flying; one for the main mast and the second from the stern rigging. The deck is very detailed with cabins, grates, and other unidentified deck features. The is a red and green light in the bow of the ship. The ship is anchored outside a small village or town. There is a main land mass with fourteen structures painted mostly white with red roofs and black windows and doors. The buildings include several houses, a large windmill, and a church with a tall steeple. There are seven shaved wooden trees painted green. A smaller second land mass is toward the bottom of the bottle and has two large buildings and a very tall lighthouse painted red and white striped. The bottle is sealed with a cork and the opening and neck is covered with a macrame top with a Turks head knot at the base of the macrame.
|Approx. Bottle Size||11 1/4"|
|Bottle Type||Unidentified two mold|