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Barber's bottles were used in the mid-1800s to the early 1900s to hold proprietary hair tonics and other mixtures. This is a nice example in blue handblown glass (see photos for the rough pontil mark). It is unfortunately missing the stopper, the gold is worn, and the enamel daisy flower are somewhat faded, but this is reflected in the price.
Measures 4" in diameter by 7 3/4" high, and weighs about half a pound.