Imagine if you could bottle a feeling, distill an emotion or fill a decanter full of someone's personality.
These iconic glass apothecary bottles have individually etched labels, so whatever you pour into them, becomes whatever the label says it is. With a ground glass stopper creating an air tight seal, whether it's a display of coloured inks, a favourite relaxing bath oil or alcohol beverage (let's face it - there's a fair chance it will end up filled with gin) these bottles are an ideal gift solution for any creative thinking, witty (but hard to buy for) friend.
With a range of designs to choose from, the only question is...which one would suit them best?
Featured in lifestyle magazines, TV programmes and social media posts, each bottle is individually etched by Andy Poplar in his small studio in the North of England and can be found sitting on the desks of writers, artists, scientists and lovers of wordplay from York to New York.
This bottle is available in three sizes:
250ml (15cm high)
500ml (18cm high)
1 Litre (22cm high)
Each bottle is sold empty (for you to fill with whatever you choose)
and comes safely packaged in a nice recyclable card box.
The etching is dishwasher safe (but hand washing is recommended).
The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).
Delivery options available
Standard delivery: included
Receive it by 15th - 17th December
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For those that love wit, typography and a slightly askew way of looking at the world, Vinegar & Brown Paper presents his collection of etched apothecary glass bottles.
Individually sandblasted, each bottle is created by artist Andy Poplar in his studio in the North of England. Featured in magazines, TV programmes and social media posts, his range of bottles can be found on the desks of writers, artists, scientists and those that revel in wordplay from York to New York.