This is an American art glass barber bottle that dates to the 19th century, circa 1880. The majority of the art glass barber bottles were produced by American glass makers in the latter part of the 19th century.
The glass is opaque is a brownish-green color.
The bottle is 6 ½” to the rim and 8 ½” high with the stopper.
The bottle has horizontal ridges around the bottom, a cylindrical belly and a long neck with a flared mouth. The rim is rounded. The stopper is original to the bottle. The pontil is snapped off and rough to the touch.
The belly of the bottle has garlands of hand enameled flowers in white and orange. There is an undulating ribbon band of gold. Above the gold are dots of white enamel.
The stopper has a few flakes at the bottom where it rests inside the bottle. There are no chips, nicks or cracks elsewhere. There is fading and wear to the lines of gold trim.
The number 34 is hand enameled on the bottom.