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Ceramica Demijohn Bottle Mexican Mezcal Container
By Omar Hernández
Located in Queretaro, Queretaro
Take tradition to evolve, transform, and innovate are all part of Omar Hernández’s work. Born in a pottery town he was taught from a young age the fundamentals. It was later when Oma...
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21st Century and Contemporary Mexican Organic Modern Vases

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Clay, Ceramic, Pottery

Ceramic Demijohn Bottle Mexican Mezcal Container Clay Oaxaca Rustic Design
By Omar Hernández
Located in Queretaro, Queretaro
Take tradition to evolve, transform, and innovate are all part of Omar Hernández’s work. Born in a pottery town he was taught from a young age the fundamentals. It was later when Oma...
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21st Century and Contemporary Mexican Organic Modern Vases

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Ceramic, Pottery, Clay

Antique French Demijohn
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French demijohn from the early 1900s. Bottom reads, " 10 1/5 VDD.
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Vintage 1910s French Country Bottles

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Glass

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H 15 in. Dm 10.75 in.
Antique French Demijohn or Carboy
Located in Chicago, IL
Take your pick, carboy, demijohn or jimmyjohn, they all refer to the same glass vessel. Carboy's originate from the Persian word; qarabah, while demijohn comes courtesy of the French...
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Antique 1890s French Country Bottles

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Glass

Large Green Glass Wine Demijohn Bottle
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Nice large size about 18” in diameter and 25” tall. Great green color with air bubbles in the glass. Some wine residue on bottom. Age appropriate wear to bottom.
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Mid-20th Century American Bottles

Materials

Glass

Antique French Glass Demijohn or Carboy
Located in Chicago, IL
Whether you like to call them, carboy or demijohn or jimmy john, they all refer to the same glass containers. Carboy originates from the Persian word; Qarabah. Demijohn comes from th...
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Antique Early 1900s French Country Bottles

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Glass

Antique French Wicker Wine Demijohn Jug
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A wonderfully large antique French demijohn jug with its original wicker encasing. Demijohn originally referred to any glass vessel with a large body and small neck, enclosed in wick...
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20th Century French Jars

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Blown Glass

French Glass Demijohn Bottle in Woven Basket
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large French globular form glass dame Jeanne, or demijohn bottle enclosed in a woven wicker basket lined with straw. Small chip to mouth of bottle.
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Early 20th Century French Country Bottles

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Wicker, Blown Glass, Straw

French Glass Demijohn Bottle in Woven Basket
Located in Winter Park, FL
A French globular form green glass dame Jeanne, or demijohn bottle encased in wicker and braided fiber woven on a metal wire frame with twisted handle. Remnants of light blue paint. ...
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Early 20th Century French Country Bottles

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Metal

Collection of 3 Green Glass French Demijohn Bottles
Located in Port Chester, NY
A collection of three olive colored glass demijohn bottles, used from the late 17th century through the 19th century to carry wine and spirits. Hand blown, each has their own unique ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Bottles

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Glass

Antique French Large Glass Demijohn, circa 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Whether you like to call them, carboy or demijohn or jimmy john, they all refer to the same glass containers. Carboy originates from the Persian word; qarabah. Demijohn comes from th...
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Antique Early 1900s French Country Bottles

Materials

Glass

19th Century French Green Glass Demijohn
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Monumental French hand blown glass demijohn or carboy with a rich, green glass color. Featuring a large neck with the glass nearly 1" thick where it was snapped off. These large Fren...
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Antique 19th Century French Napoleon III Bottles

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Glass

Collection of 3 Green Glass French Demijohn Bottles
Located in Port Chester, NY
A collection of three olive colored glass demijohn bottles, used from the late 17th Century through the 19th Century to carry wine and spirits. Handblown, each has their own unique c...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Bottles

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Glass

Antique French Demijohn, 1stdibs New York
Located in Chicago, IL
Absolutely a beautiful and unusual shape demijohn or carboy. The name carboy originates from the Persian word; qarabah. Demijohn's come from the French for, dame-jeanne, or Lady Jane...
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Antique 1890s French Country Bottles

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Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form hand blown green glass dame Jeanne, or demijohn bottle. Capacity: 25 liters. Weight: 9 lbs.
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Antique 19th Century French Bottles

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Blown Glass

Argentinian Peridot Green Demijohn Optical Glass Wine Jug
Located in Houston, TX
Offered is a Mid-Century Modern Peridot green vintage optical glass wine jug manufactured in Argentina. Fabulous color! Would look great as an accent piece with any type of decor. Re...
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Mid-20th Century Argentine Mid-Century Modern Bottles

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Optical Glass

Green Vintage Glass Bottle or Vessel Demijohn 1970s Viresa
Located in Vienna, AT
Green vessel or Demijohn by Viresa, 1970s, which is very decorating and would work perfect as a flower vessel. Throughout the beautiful emerald bright green color tone and the round ...
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Late 20th Century Austrian Art Deco Bottles

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Blown Glass

1950s Spanish Glass Demijohn in Hand Woven Esparto Grass Basket
Located in Malaga, ES
1950s Spanish glass demijohn in hand woven esparto grass basket.
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Late 20th Century Spanish Bottles

Materials

Rope, Glass

Antique Hand Blown Green Glass French Wine Demijohn Bonbonne Bottle Jug
Located in Dayton, OH
Antique hand blown French demijohn or bonbonne. Beautifully shaped and brightly colored green glass bottle with polished pontil bottom. Originally used for storing wine and spirits, ...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Provincial Bottles

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Glass

Very Large 19th Century Handblown Green Glass French Demijohn Bottle
Located in Birmingham, AL
Very large 19th century handblown French demijohn or bonbonne having a maker's mark with the initials S. G. Beautifully shaped and brightly colored green glass bottle with pontil bot...
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Antique 1880s French Bottles

Mid-Century French Patinated Vintner Iron Basket with Demijohn Wine Bottle
Located in Atlanta, GA
A Mid-Century French vintner iron basket with demijohn wine bottle. This is a French vintner iron-strap, two handle basket containing a large sized, clear, demijohn wine bottle. The ...
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20th Century French Bottles

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Iron

Mexican Demijohn Rustic Clay Mezcal Vessel Bottle Pottery Oaxaca Folk Art
By Omar Hernández
Located in Queretaro, Queretaro
This rustic mezcal bottle is a replica of an antique bottle or demijohn which was used to store mezcal, drunken during folk theaters in Oaxaca, Mexico. The bottle is done with cerami...
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2010s Mexican Rustic Bottles

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Pottery, Clay

Set of Three French Midcentury Vintner Woven Baskets with Demijohn Wine Bottles
Located in Atlanta, GA
A set of three of midcentury French vintner woven baskets with demijohn wine bottles. This set of French vintner wicker-woven baskets, each containing a green colored, demijohn wine ...
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Mid-20th Century French Rustic Bottles

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Glass, Wicker

Large 19th Century Hand Blown French Amber Glass Demijohn or Dame Jeanne Bottle
Located in Birmingham, AL
A large 19th century French hand blown glass demijohn or Dame Jeanne bottle, circa 1890s. This beautifully bulbous shaped and bright amber colored glass bottle has visible bubbles an...
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Antique 1890s French Bottles

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Blown Glass

Glass Demijohns
Located in New York, NY
A selection of glass demijohns used to store and serve water, wine and oil. 19th Century. Sizes and prices vary. Priced and sold separately. Largest size and price shown below.
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Antique 19th Century Spanish Vases

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H 17 in. W 13 in. D 10 in.
Murano glass demijohn style vase by Angelo Brotto
By Angelo Brotto
Located in Girona, ES
Demijohn style vase, violet-fuschia Murano blown glass with a golden bronze centerpiece including the signature. Designer: Angelo Brotto Italy, Murano c. 1970
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Vintage 1970s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vases

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Bronze

French Demijohn Glass Bottles
Located in Napa, CA
French hand blown glass Demijohn. Original labels with French AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) wine growing regions. Original cork & stopper. Different sizes and shapes availabl...
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20th Century French Vases and Vessels

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Blown Glass

Demijohn Bottle, 1950s
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Midcentury mezcal glass bottle from Oaxaca, Mexico.
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Vintage 1950s Mexican Rustic Bottles

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H 12.5 in. Dm 7.25 in.
Antique French Demijohn or Bonbonne
Located in Birmingham, AL
Charming antique French demijohn or bonbonne with handles, encased in original wooden slat protection. Red metal collar around the top reads Perrin & Fils Rognonas Brevete. These uni...
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Antique 1850s French Bottles

Materials

Glass

A Large American Blown Green Glass Demijohn
Located in Essex, MA
A decorative American 19th century green blown glass demijohn bottle, with applied collar and rough pontil mark on base. In the 19th century, when provisions were sold in bulk, d...
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Antique 19th Century American Vases and Vessels

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Blown Glass

French Demijohn or Carboy Glass Bottle
Located in Chicago, IL
Demijohn and carboy were often used to describe the same glass bottle. The difference seems to be more of its function than form. Carboys were used to transport strong chemicals, whi...
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Vintage 1910s French Country Bottles

Materials

Glass

Blown Glass 19th Century Demijohns
Located in New York, NY
Two beautifully shaped blown glass 19th century demijohns with rough pontils and applied lips. Striking green color, USA, circa 1880. Only one piece available. GL217.
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Antique 1880s American Bottles

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Glass

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H 21 in. W 15 in. D 8 in.
French Antique Demijohn in a Great Color
Located in Chicago, IL
Carboy, demijohn or jimmy john, they all refer to the same glass containers. Demijohn comes from the French; dame-Jeanne, or Lady Jane and derives from the 17th century, and refers t...
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Vintage 1910s French Country Bottles

Materials

Glass

Demijohn with “17” Insignia from Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Green, irregular mezcal bottle with 17 mark (liter count) from the 1930s. From the arid San Luis Potosi region of Mexico. Handblown in mold with free-forming irregular neck and spout.
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Vintage 1930s Mexican Rustic Bottles

Materials

Glass

French Glass Demijohn Bottle in Metal Basket
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large French globular form glass dame Jeanne, or demijohn, bottle in original metal cage basket with weathered patina. Capacity: 25 liters. Weight: 16 lbs.
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Early 20th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Metal

Large Early 19th Century Demijohn Bottle
Located in Doylestown, PA
A large early 19th century green glass demijohn bottle, with an open Pontil mark on the base and impressed with the number “25” on the shoulder. Probably French, circa 1840.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

Large Handblown Semillon Demijohn Bottle from France
Located in Dallas, TX
Demijohn bottles are used for storing wine and spirits and have been in existence throughout the world for over 300 years. This bottle has been handblown and hand-painted in gold out...
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21st Century and Contemporary French Bottles

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Blown Glass, Paint

Rare 1950s Mezcal Demijohn with Original Netting
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Vintage Mezcal jug with original net rope fabric used for protecting the bottle. From southern Oaxaca, Mexico. This vessel is one of a kind.
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Vintage 1950s Mexican Rustic Bottles

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Glass

1950s Golden/Green Mezcal Demijohn from Oaxaca, Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Rare, Vintage glass jug for storing mezcal from Southern Oaxaca. The imperfections on the bottle give these mezcal vessels their natural beauty.
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Vintage 1950s Mexican Rustic Bottles

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Glass

Petite 19th Century French Glass Wine Demijohn
Located in Buchanan, NY
French wine demijohn that was originally made for transporting wine. The hand blown glass has a beautiful blue-green color and the imperfections in the glass show off its purely util...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Jars

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Glass

1950s Rare Mezcal Demijohn from Southern Oaxaca, Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
This vintage, rustic bottle comes with a unique wrap woven using ixtle rope (agave fiber). Color of glass is a medium toned blue or green. The spout is rustic and completely irregula...
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Vintage 1950s Mexican Rustic Bottles

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Glass

19th Century French Green Glass Winery Demijohn
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Large French handblown demijohn or carboy with a rich, green glass color. Features a hand-painted semillon varietal label painted on the front. Constructed with a 1" thick neck glass...
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Antique 19th Century French Napoleon III Bottles

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Glass, Paint

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form amber demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of handblown glass. Please refer to photos for more details. We have a large selection of Fre...
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form amber demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of handblown glass. Please refer to photos for more details. We have a large selection of Fre...
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A large 19th century French globular form amber demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of hand blown glass.
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Bottles

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Blown Glass

18th Century Glass Demijohn American Colonial Bottle
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
18th century glass demijohn American Colonial bottle. Late 18th century blown in a leather mold with incredible seam and whittle marks. Laid on collar ring and lip is cut and polis...
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Antique Late 18th Century American Bottles

19th Century French Blown Glass Demijohn Bottle
Located in Winter Park, FL
A 19th century French globular form demijohn bottle with air bubbles typical of handblown glass. We have two other bottles in a darker brown color.Please refer to photos for more de...
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Antique 19th Century French Country Bottles

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Blown Glass

Dimpled Demijohn Distillery Bottle, 1970s, Possible Table Lamp
Located in Nantucket, MA
A very unusual pale green, dimpled demijohn distillery bottle. Great size and scale. I had a stopper made with an electrical light socket so that it could be used as a table lamp and...
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Mid-20th Century Bottles

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Glass

19th Century Big Green Blown Glass Demijohn
Located in Rochester, NY
A 19th century French blown glass demijohn bottle with great form showing areas of large bubbling / a deep concave pontil and a very luminous lush green color to glass. Look at all p...
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Antique 19th Century French Bottles

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Blown Glass

Viresa Glass Demijohn Bottle in Wicker Container, Spain, 1940s
Located in Austin, TX
A great vintage Viresa green glass demijohn bonbonne bottle housed in its original wicker shipping material, Spain, circa 1940. Lightweight wicker barrel form with red plastic trim a...
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Mid-20th Century Spanish Country Bottles

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Wicker, Glass

Early Antique American Blown Glass Dark Green Demijohn Bottle
By OTHR
Located in Guadalajra, MX
Late 19th century blown glass dark green demijohn bottle with a beautiful bold irregular sculptural form and a very deep dished pontil. Dating anywhere from the late 18th-early part ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Mexican Rustic Bottles

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Blown Glass

Antique French Large Glass Carboy or Demijohn, circa 1900
Located in Chicago, IL
Referred to as, carboy or demijohn or jimmy john, they all are the same glass containers. Carboy originates from the Persian word; qarabah. Demijohn comes from the French; dame-Jeann...
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Antique Early 1900s French Country Jars

Materials

Glass

Demijohn Bottle Late 19th Century from Veracruz, Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Rare, dark emerald green glass mezcal jug with original cloth wrapping.
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Antique 1890s Mexican Primitive Bottles

Materials

Glass

Vintage Glass Bottle Demijohns Lady Jeanne or Carboy Barcelona Model
Located in FR
Dame Jeanne or carboy vintage glass bottle demijohn Barcelona Model, Irregularities in the glass that give it all its charm Its intact neck is engraved "Barcelona" Green color 3.5 US...
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Vintage 1910s French French Provincial Bottles

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Glass

Demijohn Bottle Dark Purple Glass Early 20th Century Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Excellent condition, rare, handblown, non-molded, oval mezcal jug in dark purple glass from Veracruz, Mexico.
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Antique Early 1900s Mexican Country Bottles

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Glass

Demijohn Bottle Dark Brown Glass Early 20th Century Mexico
Located in Sayulita, Nayarit
Excellent condition, handblown, non-molded mezcal jug in dark brown glass from Veracruz, Mexico.
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Antique Early 1900s Mexican Country Bottles

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Glass

Amber Orange French Handblown Demijohn Bottle Wine Jug 16th-18th Century
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
Beautiful amber or orange demi john believed to be from the 16th-18th century. Found in France. Originally used to hold wine. This would be a great piece for a dining table or entryway.
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Antique Early 1800s French French Provincial Jars

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Glass

Late 19th Century Blown Glass Light Blue Demijohn Bottle Found in México
By OTHR
Located in Guadalajra, MX
Late 19th century blown glass light blue demijohn bottle with a beautiful bold irregular sculptural form and a very deep dished pontil. Dating anywhere from the late 18th-early part ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Mexican Rustic Bottles

Materials

Blown Glass

Antique French Demijohn
Located in Chicago, IL
Antique French glass demijohn in a beautiful soft green.
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Antique Early 1900s French Country Bottles

Materials

Glass

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H 21.75 in. Dm 15.75 in.
Antique French Demijohn
Located in Chicago, IL
Another old hand blown antique French demijohn, from our vast collection of antique French bottle. Note detail photograph of top of the demijohn.
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Antique 1890s French Country Bottles

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Glass

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H 20.25 in. Dm 15 in.
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Demijohn Vase For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal demijohn vase for your home. Each demijohn vase for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using glass, blown glass and ceramic. Find 22 options for an antique or vintage demijohn vase now, or shop our selection of 1 modern versions for a more contemporary example of this long-cherished piece. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect demijohn vase — we have versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 21st Century are available. A demijohn vase is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern styles are sought with frequency. Omar Hernández each produced at least one beautiful demijohn vase that is worth considering.

How Much is a Demijohn Vase?

Prices for a demijohn vase start at $250 and top out at $1,400 with the average selling for $624.

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