Vintage Seltzer Bottle
In a fizzy tizzy.
Confession: We get a little bubbly when it comes to these Vintage Seltzer Bottles. But first, a teensy historical tidbit. Soda-water makers appeared in Argentina in the early 1900’s, picking up the bottles from homes & restaurants daily, then filling them up (milkman, make way for seltzerman!) These beauts are originals from pre-1940’s Argentina (yep, they’re the real McCoys—the neck of each bottle is stamped with the date). And although these bottles have retired from dispensing the fizzies, they look great perched on a bar cart or shelf. Talk about a conversation starter.
One bottle included per order. Vintage bottles are decorative and should not be used for food storage.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Vintage glass bottle, with original vintage metal spout.
1 Liter and Ribbed are 4.5" in diameter x 12" H and holds 1 L; Weighs 5 pounds; **.75 Liter is 4" in diameter x 12"H
Care & Notes
Not dishwasher safe. These vintage bottles are decorative and should not be used for food storage.
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