These gorgeous one-of-a-kind bottles from Anthropologie would be perfect for display on your windowsill. Each is crafted from 19th century glass bottles and found sea objects. Aren’t they jaw-dropping-ly beautiful? I especially love the barnacle bottle…it’s $298 price tag, not so much…sigh.
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Dancing Branflake says
I love these! Oh, the possibilities are endless. But yeah, I’m not really thinking of spending $300 on it.
Katie Armour says
Dancing Branflake — I’m with you. Sooooo pretty, but the price makes it an “in my dreams” purchase…
I saw these the other day when I was perusing their website (a more frequent activity than I’d like to admit). I loved them when I saw them. I have always wanted a starfish, but I think I’ll take to combing beaches before I pay $298 for one.
Katie Armour says
Shannon — I’ll comb the beaches with you : )
loving your site right now. i heart jenna lyons. the bottles are adorable.
my favorite and my best says
i have long loved these…wisteria had some too a while back…also dumb expensive..
i wonder if a trip to hobby lobby(shells) and antique store (bottles) could reproduce them..
Sarah Esther says
aw they are perfect! not so much the price..
The Buzz - Diane James Home says
Stunning – how I wish I had a beach house with a windowsill to display these lovelies!
hampton hostess says
great find! I will definitely pick the starfish bottle up-so delicate and pretty, perfect for the bath in Southampton.
your site looks so GREAT! love the new design!!
Punctuation Mark says
I found some of these once at the Pasadena Flea Market and they the best gift for my friend!! have a nice weekend!
Pink Champagne says
LOVE this look – many old glass bottles with flowers can be found in my home. :)
Look at Greyfreth.com follow the links through cross bottles to the sea life sculptures. Sea life on antique bottles, silver candlesticks and architectural salvage can be found there for way, way less, and are even more beautiful.
Where does Anthro find these things? And why do they tempt us so? Oh, those price tags hurt. Perhaps some flea markets would make me feel better.