Found Wicker Demijohn
Glass bottles like these, called demijohns, were originally used for storing wine in the villages of Transdanubia, a wine-harvesting region of Hungary. During the early 20th century, they were wrapped with willow branches for easy and safe transport over long distances. Patina will vary as no two are the same. Due to their found nature, no two wicker covered wine bottles will be the same. Average Size: 5.5 W x 12 H x 5.5 D
Vintage. Sourced from Eastern Europe.