This little, figural bottle once contained a liqueur called White Cuacao. The piece has a pedestal base with a bowl that has an extension like a spout. The back of the base is flat and there is a hole at the top of the back so this can be displayed on the wall. It is decorated in typical flow blue tones and although the original labels are concealing the main design I think it has a Dutch windmill scene on the pedestal. The label that is over the scene is from the Rynbende distilleries of Holland. The label across the base shows this was imported by Briones & Co. of New York. Across the top, over the original cork is the tax label. Since it appears to still be sealed and is empty I would have to say the spirits have evaporated over the years. Hand painted on the bottom it appears to read; 726 Delfts Bl Y.V. It is also incised on the bottom; HG which would probably be an artist’s mark. I believe this is from the 1970’s.
It measures about 4 ¾” high and is in very nice condition with minimal wear and no damage. The labels have wear, tears and stains.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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