74 – Melted glass: Spirit bottle

Physical description:
Melted fragments of a clear glass bottle - remains of a spirit bottle recovered from a fire.
Museum classification:
Working Tools
Size:
80 x 80 x 30 & 90 x 80 x 30
Information:

Original text by Cecil Williamson: 'The remains of a cindered spirit bottle recovered from the burnt thatch of the Bush Inn, Morwenstow, there was some fuss regarding this bottle with two parties endeavouring to retrieve it from the flames at the one and the same time, the fire won and whatever was concealed within the bottle was destroyed. A local person witnessed the incident and preserved the remains of the cast away bottle which had caused so much interest at the time of the blaze.'

Resource:
Object
Materials:
Glass
Copyright ownership:
Copyright to The Museum of Witchcraft Ltd.

Original text by Cecil Williamson: 'The remains of a cindered spirit bottle recovered from the burnt thatch of the Bush Inn, Morwenstow, there was some fuss regarding this bottle with two parties endeavouring to retrieve it from the flames at the one and the same time, the fire won and whatever was concealed within the bottle was destroyed. A local person witnessed the incident and preserved the remains of the cast away bottle which had caused so much interest at the time of the blaze.'