RM2E69021Oenology professor Pierre-Louis Teissedre of the University of Bordeaux inspects the cork from a bottle of wine recovered from a shipwreck using an iPhone for illumination at the Wine + Food Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, March 6, 2015. A bottle of wine recovered intact four years ago from the 1864 wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda was uncorked and sipped by a panel of experts on Friday during the food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. The wine was one of five sealed bottles recovered by marine archaeologists from the Mary-Celestia, an iron-
RM2G4E776Cork from the wreck of the East Indiesman 't flying heart. The brown cork comes from a wine bottle (see dimensions). Cork.
RMW56MHKWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine and closed with cork. The closing thread has disappeared, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 18.2 cm × d 14.2 cm
RF2B9B0BDWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine and closed with cork. The closing thread has disappeared, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 18.2 cm × d 14.2 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.
RMW56MHTWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, Onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine and sealed with cork and thread that the cork had to hold in place Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 17.5 cm × d 15 cm
RF2B9B0BNWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, Onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine and sealed with cork and thread that the cork had to hold in place Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 17.5 cm × d 15 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.
RM2G4EBW2Glass shard and cork from a wine bottle from the wreck of the East Indies Flying Heart. The brown cork and the green glass fragment ever part of a wine bottle.
RMW56N2AWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, Onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine, closed with a cork. The thread that had to keep the cork in the bottle has disappeared, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 17.6 cm × d 13.6 cm
RF2B9B0NYWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, Onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine, closed with a cork. The thread that had to keep the cork in the bottle has disappeared, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 17 cm × d 14.4 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize
RM2G4E53ECork from wine bottle from the wreck of the East India. The flying heart. The brown cork is narrow at the bottom and slightly wider at the top. He once part of a wine bottle. Cork.
RMW56N2YWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies' t Vliegend Hart, Onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine, closed with a cork. The thread that had to keep the cork in the bottle has disappeared, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 16.3 cm × d 14.8 cm
RF2B9B0BJWine bottle with wine from the wreck of the East Indies vessel 't Vliegend Hart, Onion-shaped wine bottle of green glass filled with red (port) wine and sealed with cork and thread that the cork had to hold in place, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), Netherlands, 1700 - 3-Feb-1735, glass, wine, h 17.2 cm × d 14.5 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.