John Roots Bitters Buffalo N. Bottle in an absolutely amazing deep teal color! Crude example loaded with bubbles, charcoal deposits and small postpones.
Tons of character to the glass, and if that's not enough there is an extra small piece of glass attached on the shoulder (likely from touching another example during annealing, see pic #) as well as an enormous drip coming off the lip down the neck. There is a small 1/4 lip resin repair on the lip directly over the giant drip. Due to the size of the drip down the neck this lip would have likely had an "in-making" compromised area already. Possibly the dip in the lip was repaired to look normal or perhaps that area being thin already was compromised during the cork remove, hence the resin repair, either way it's small.Mega crude early example with great color that would easily be a 3k + bottle if not for the professional repair.