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Basket of Seltzer Bottles, 7 Pcs

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Basket of Seltzer Bottles, 7 Pcs
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Basket of Seltzer Bottles, 7 Pcs
Basket of Seltzer Bottles, 7 Pcs

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
Argentina
Materials:
glass
Size:
4.25" W x 12" H
Color/Finish:
green/red/purple/multi

Why We Love This

Set of six vintage Argentine multicolor seltzer bottles in the original vintage wire basket with "1914-1939" stamped on the metal neck of most of the bottles. Each bottle, 4.25"Dia x 12"H; basket, 9.5"L x 14"W x 13.25"H.
As described by Russell Johnson

About Russell Johnson

A native of Cody, WY, Russell Johnson found his calling in Buenos Aires while visiting one of the most inspiring flea markets he’d ever encountered. The multilingual maverick instantly knew what he had to do: In 1997 he launched Russell Johnson Imports with an eclectic line of vintage objects that were an instant hit with designers and magazines alike. He attributes much of his continued success to his one simple rule: “If it isn't a "wow" at first sight, it’s a "ciao.’"