These two bottles were found in a flooded cellar in the Loire Valley. Although a very close pair and bearing the same seal they do vary slightly. C.1730
2.87 has a higher string rim and the glass blowpipe pontil scar on 2.86 is at a considerable angle.
 
2.86.----Weight 1030gms.--Height 28.5cm.--Width 11.8cm.--Capacity 980cc.
 
2.87.----Weight 1140gms.--Height 29cm.   --Width 11.7cm.--Capacity 950cc.
                                                                                 Average Capacity 965cc
 
Both bottles have glass blowpipe pontil scars and applied V string rims.
 
The seals depict a six pointed star crowned with a coronet of pearls for a Marquis. (3.5cm)
 
 The other bottle here is a wonderful early sealed example from C.1710. It is not in my collection but belongs to a very keen collector friend of mine.
 
2.K.  Weight 850gms. -- Height 19cm. -- Width 12cm. -- Capacity 670cc.
 Nice rounded string rim and glass tipped pontil scar.  
 
 
 
     THREE SEALED BOTTLES                
 
2.86.
2.86.
2.86.
2.87.
2.87.
2.87.
2.87.
Both bottles
2.86
SEAL POSITION.
2.86.
K1.JPG
K2.JPG
K3.JPG
K4.JPG