Date Added: 31 August 2008
his is a wonderful example of folk art by Amish artist, Amos L. Beiler. The bottle contains a woodland scene showing what could best be described as a dogwood tree full of colorful blossoms and leaves. There are 19 blossoms in a light orange color, light blue and both light and dark brown colors. They all are made with 5 blossoms and a dowel shaped center circle. The tree is supported with two dowels mounted in a wooden base. On the tree is a large bird with a long tail painted in a light orange color. At the base is a carved rabbit shape in natural wood. The bottle is sealed with a white screw cap.
|Type:||Flowers, Bird, & Rabbit Folk Art||Maker's Name:||Beiler, Amos|
|Category:||Whimsey||Made Where:||Narvon, Pennsylvania|
|Bottle Size:||6 1/2" x 3 1/2"||Year Made:||1970"s|
|Bottle Type:||16 oz.|