All of the candle holders / candelabra have gotten Skeeter's approval.
The half-gallon sized bottles.
The bottom of the amber on has a bunch of Spanish writing,
No idea what it says.
Looks like an address & phone #.
More jugs. The pitcher is actually ceramic! I love the wood look.
1. is filled with some thick goo. It looks cool / revolting.
6. I found at a salvage yard. It's got a faint iridescent sheen to it.
#1. is a wine bottle. (btw - it was gross. Had to dump it out.)
#2 says "McCormick & CO. Baltimore Md" in script.
From what I've found online - this is probably from around 1900. Oh yeah - McCormick spices.
4. Around the shoulder of the bottle says "This contains Mrs. Stewart's Bluing", which according to their website was put on the first of the non-human blown glass bottles in 1907.
Various food jars.
1. Pineapple Salsa
2. Alfredo sauce
3. Bacon bits
4. Homemade applesauce
These are the ones I'm not quite sure about. They're pretty colorful.
However, I'm 99.9% sure that #1. is a Skyy vodka bottle. That blue is just awesome.
I'm thinking that white container needs something painted on it.
The middle vase needs some black flowers.
The metal stuff.
I bet that Peter & Elise who got married 4/23/77 would be thrilled that their wedding glasses (#3)
are being used in a Halloween display!
I didn't realize they were engraved until I went to take this pic!
2. is a leather covered flask!! There is a picture of a bunch of grapes on the other side.
3. shouldn't really be on this post - it's a finial or something that will going to grace the top of a tombstone eventually.