Date Added: 11 October 2007
This is a fun and well made scene of a man standing in a marsh or wetland area gigging for frogs. The man is wearing a green football jersey with the number 17 on it. He has on blue jeans with a black belt and he is wearing brown boots. In his right hand is a frog gig and in his left hand is a yellow flash light. The frog is near a large group of cat tails and there is also a turtle and a coral snake on the ground nearby. There is a cresent moon above the cattails. The bottle is sealed with a wooden stopper that looks like a tree branch inside the bottle and there is a limb used as a cross piece making it impossible to remove the stopper. An owl is perched on this cross piece. Outside the bottle, the stopper has a plate with a frog on it. Beside the plate is a fork, spoon, and knife along with a can of beer. The stopper also has "Steve Moseley," and "St. Louis 2007." This is the name of the artist, his location and the year this bottle was crafted.
|Type:||Frog Gigging Scene||Maker's Name:||Moseley, Steve|
|Category:||Figures||Made Where:||Saint Louis, MO|
|Bottle Size:||11"||Year Made:||2007|
|Bottle Type:||Knob Creek Bourbon|