Itsy-Bitsy Worlds in Teenie-Weenie Bottles!

Just like the title states, these itsy-bitsy worlds are sold in teenie-weenie mini bottles! Yes, from dinosaurs to desert islands and Viking ships, aptly named Tiny World in a Bottle creates these curious little marvels.

miniature dinosaur in a bottle

Above: “4 kinds of tiny dinosaurs in a tiny bottle in a small cool case.”

miniature safari bottle in hand

Above: “Heart island, there are many fish and turtle around it in a tiny bottle.”

Viking ship in a bottle

Above: “Tiny Viking Ship in the ocean is in a tiny bottle.” These tiny bottles are about the size of 22mm (0.9inch) height × 13mm (0.5inch) diameter. Most of these items are made from the following materials: paper, land – plastic clay, bottles – glass, cork, original case – plastic.

miniature trees in small bottles

Above: “Tiny trees with a couple & family in four seasons in a tiny bottle.”

miniature Brontosaurus in a bottle

Above: “Favorite Like this item? Add it to your favorites to revisit it later. Apatosaurus / Brontosaurus at a museum in a tiny bottle.”

miniature island bottle

Above: “Heart island, there are many fish and turtle around it in a tiny bottle.”

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