It stands approximately 11 5/8 inches tall, and it is about 4 inches long and 2 3/4 inches wide. Unpacked, it weighs 1 pound 5.7 ounces.The top is open; there is no cork or stopper. This would be an uncommon addition to a collection of vintage California pottery. Identification This vintage piece is unmarked.
The bottles were not actually used by the winery, however, and they remained in crates until they were discovered during the 1980s. This is the Californian Native American man bottle; also made were a Native American woman, plus a friar and a nun. Condition The bottle looks great overall, with no cracks. It has very light wear.
To the man's nose, there is a tiny, circular flaw of unknown origin (see Photo 6). Beneath the bottle, there is a 1/8 inch stilt pull glaze flake, as made (see Photo 5); this looks like a flat chip, but it corresponds to a position where the bottle would have rested on a tripod kiln stilt. Payments must be received within three days of the end of the listing, unless prior arrangements have been made.Some countries have restrictions or prohibitions on certain classes of merchandise. And international government regulations prohibit such behavior. Individual computers may display colors differently. The item "VINTAGE GLADDING, MCBEAN GMcB NATIVE AMERICAN MAN CALIFORNIA POTTERY WINE BOTTLE" is in sale since Thursday, August 29, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Franciscan". The seller is "craigkc" and is located in Sunny California. This item can be shipped worldwide.