Bottleneck Treasures ® , Methuen, MA 01844
Made In The United States Of America
 Folk Art In Bottles by Greg Alvey
A website devoted to the art and craft of
building and collecting ships, folk art,
and whimsy, whimsy art in bottles, flasks,
light bulbs and other glass containers.
Content updated September 14, 2018
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If your looking for unique gifts you've just found them. Exquisite art with nautical flare.


Tomorrow's Heirloom Today
The Majestic Clipper Ship Thermopylae
Ships in Glass Spheres atop  wooden handmade boxes
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​Welcome to Bottleneck Treasures where Artisan / Shipwright David Lavoie designs and handcrafts scratch built replica's of ships and boats in various glass media. 

Name:Mary Rose
Laid down:1510
Launched:July 1511
Homeport:Portsmouth, England
Fate:Sank in battle in 1545, raised in 1982
Status:Museum ship
General characteristics
Tons burthen:500 (700–800 after 1536)
Complement:200 sailors, 185 soldiers, and 30 gunners
Armament:78–91 guns (including anti-personnel weapons)
Mary Rose
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Do you own a ship in bottle that needs repair due to age or perhaps the bottle is broken? I can help and restore beauty to your treasured piece. Call Bottleneck Treasures today.