These bottles were made in Holland and England between 1680 and 1710.
It is getting hard to find genuine items from the great age of piracy. Here is a piece of Caribbean history. These bottles were made in Holland and England between 1680 and 1710. They came to the New World as cargo on trading ships and were often reused as necessary in a land where simple everyday things were scarce. They were not casually discarded. These bottles came from two sites along the Spanish Main where they were lost or hidden over 300 years ago. These sites were trading stations and rendezvous for sea merchants, smugglers and pirates seeing to circumvent Spanish laws restricting commerce. They are generally about eight inches tall and six inches across the base. They show some use but are sound and complete. I have a few left.