This soda syphon used for making carbonated drinks is a French bottle made about the beginning of the 20th century.
This bottle is of considerable antiquarian interest but unfortunately has no known local significance. It may, however, be the one given to the Historical Society by Mr and Mrs S. Lindsay of Koroit Street, Warrnambool. It will be useful for display.
This is a French soda syphon made of clear glass in a double bulbous shape. It is covered with wire mesh and has a pewter spout. The pewter is somewhat corroded and there is one small bend in the wire mesh. There is a small glass tube inside the bottle and a there is a crack in the glass on the top sphere.
Inscriptions & markings
On pewter spout: ‘Veritable Seltzogene D. Fevre Paris’.
Label pasted on: ‘80’