I love these old wine bottles that were used to display corks at a wine bar where we had an amazing lunch while in Italy earlier this month.
Pottery Barn is selling them here.
Paloma from La Dolce Vita posted a very interesting take on PB's new 'found' vintage items last week, read it here.
Joni at Cote de Texas has found some great bottles on her antiquing adventures throughout Houston, here and here.
I found some others out there as well:
And 1st Dibs has this version in a basket:
And our own Memorial Antiques and Interiors has them as well:
Here they are used as outside decor at Casa Honore in Marseilles, France:
Don't you love the shape and color of these bottles? So pretty.
These are also called 'Demijohn' bottles and here is a definition from antiquebottles.com:
A demijohn is a very large bottle, sometimes up to 10 gallons in capacity. Most were handblown and some have pontiled bottoms. They were used as containers to hold wine, molasses, and other liquids. Common colors were olive green and aqua, while amber is rarer and cobalt blue the rarest color for demijohns.