Standing roughly 8″ this PURE AMBER colored chestnut bottle is a recent NH basement find. I am not sure if it is local, but I will say that it is freeblown, primitive and early! Looks like an 18th century piece, and made of some finer glass (less purities). The base has an open pontil scar, and the top is an applied globby type. There is a potstone with a couple of tiny (1/8″) lines, as well as a very small surface bubble. The lip is crudely made leaving a little roughness. A nice unsual chestnut bottle that is very reasonably priced!