The salient features of these late Norman flowerpots are -- Slimmer bodies -- Round shaped string rims as opposed to V shaped -- Very big chunky glass blowpipe pontils -- No vivid bottle green colours. The diameter of the shoulders are between 9 and 10cm whereas the earlier bottles are between 11 and 12cm. The weight of the bottles are considerably lighter. As for dates, I would say from 1760 to probably into the 19th century. These bottles come with iron pontils too.
  All four bottle were bought from Normandy, 2.131- 2.132 and 2.133 come from the same cellar that also contained double string rim varieties ( see next page).
 
2.43 -- Weight 885gms -- Height 31.2cm -- Width 9.8cm -- Capacity 810cc.
2.131- Weight 885gms -- Height 32.2cm -- Width 10cm  -- Capacity 930cc.
2.132- Weight 800gms -- Height 31cm    -- Width 9.7cm -- Capacity 810cc.
2.133- Weight 830gms -- Height 30.4cm -- Width 10.5cm- Capacity 905cc.
Averages        850gms                31.2cm               10cm                    864cc.
4 LATE NORMANDY FLOWERPOT
 2.43 -- 2.131                                            2.132 -- 2.133
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