American Bottle Auctions' June 21-30 auction was ripe with record-setting sales. New bottle records were set in scroll flasks, soda bottles, and bitter bottles of blue-green color - which was claimed by a1860 St. Drake's Plantation X bitters bottle - which sold for...
A new book puts the relatively unknown German porcelain figurine bottles of the 20th century in the limelight, inspiring new collectors.
It's been 25 years since the International Perfume Bottle Association met for the first time, and recently the group celebrated their silver anniversary in style.
A rare blue-green plantation bitters bottle, circa 1862-1872, may claim the top lot spot during American Bottle Auction's Internet sale, which is set for June 21-30.
A brilliant yellow corn figural bitters bottle and 19th century master ink bottle are among the lots expected to vie for top lot during Heckler's May 13-22 Opportunity Auction.
It will be a double dose of bottle expertise May 25 in Tonopah, Nev. when noted bottle authorities Mike Polak and Fred Holabird team up to talk bottles.
After 36 years, the Westchester Glass Club is changing things up. The April 27-28 Collectors Glass Show and Sale will also include quality ceramics.
What better place for a treasure hunt than the Hawaiian Islands? Here bottle expert Mike Polak talks bottle digging, and taking in the Hawaii Collector's Expo.
The highlight of Glass Works' online bottle auction was a common bitters bottle in a rare color, 'St. Drake's Plantation Bitters', that sold for $46,000.
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