Date Added: 22 June 2007
This bottle contains outdoor woodworking tools. Inside the bottle is a saw horse with a split log on the frame. There is a buck saw across the center of the log. The buck saw has two handles and a metal saw blade. There is a wooden mallet with a large circular head on one side of the saw horse and another log with an axe and a wooden wedge on the other side. All the pieces are natural wood except the metal saw blade. The bottle is sealed with a long wooden dowel with a wooden peg or nail going through the shaft making it impossible to remove the stopper. To increase the mystery and difficulty, there is another peg going through the first peg so that there is a double trick stopper. Outside the bottle, the top is a dark carved piece of wood in a dome like shape.
|Type:||Buck Saw and Saw Horse||Maker's Name:|
|Bottle Size:||5 7/8" x 1 7/8"||Year Made:||1890 - 1920|