Some marks - like the Owens-Illinois Glass Company mark shown above - have a lot of good information available to allow for definitive interpretation; a link to an excellent article on the subject is found below. Sometimes, perhaps when they were in a big hurry or under time constraints, they forgot this. Best regards, David I recently bought a Arrowhead Los Angeles 5 gallon water bottle that is covered with over 500 little arrowheads — very cool looking. Unfortunately a broken top no markings on bottom Thanks for any info. Hola Gustavo, Lo siento, pero no soy familiar con esa marca en su botella.
Whitten's site typically also includes some brief history behind the companies. You can see mold numbers on modern glass bottles and jars in your refrigerator even today. Also, since it was found in Slovenia, there is a very good chance the glass was made somewhere in Europe…… and I am not that familiar with a lot of the glass companies and marks used in Europe. Eye wash cups are in demand and very saleable. Eventually, I may add a page on this site with lists of books by some of the above-named persons which I found to be of most value. This list primarily includes marks that represent the actual glass company that made the container. Hope this helps a bit! Surely someone there will give you better advice than I can.
Have you ever come across a bottle as described? Great condition and fully intact. The American Bottle Company was purchased by Owens Bottle Machine Company in 1916 with some of the plants being closed soon afterwards but the Streator and Newark plants continued to operate under the American Bottle Co. Louis , check out this article here:. The glass has beautiful air pockets in it and what look to be fold lines or what some people are calling stretch marks in the neck of it. This top-of-the-range jeweled creation required more than 30 hours of meticulous work. For a brief summary of this company,. This is all directed towards the eventual completion of.
I still visit at some of the retiree programs they have. I have a few odd ones that do not appear on websites. Where was the physical location of the sand supply that eventually was turned into the glass piece that you hold in your hand? I should try to clarify something here, however. The logo is twice around the bottle. Just wondering if you add makers marks to the pages when you find or have new ones sent to you? Thanks, and happy new year! Exact timeline for this mark is uncertain.
Certainly not in the salt water where I found it! After reading some of the questions and knowing the answer was on the site I would suggest to anyone interested in glass bottle marks to review the information already provided on the site and then ask questions if you still have any. However, the mold may have been first used at the Toledo plant, and later moved to another plant location. Thanks Carlena, I appreciate your information. Owens-Illinois seems to have made just about every kind of bottle, jar, jug or flask imaginable as well as lots of other kinds of glass items , so this would not come as much of a surprise. It might have been some kind of medicine, cough syrup or who-knows-what. The production was stopped due to the mistake of the style and color not matching the picture on the box. Although virtually all of these older articles are or will be superseded by updated web published articles, they will continue to be listed and available here as published articles of use as references.
Any info on who the maker is, would be much appreciated! I found a quart size, clear deco bottle in a stream near an old sawmill. When I researched it I found your article and this awesome website. Grove Missouri embossed on the bottom of it. One side of the decanter is clear. Is there anything you can tell me about it? Smooth base with no markings. I can send a pic if it helps! You should be able to make contacts with very knowledgeable collectors and researchers through the Facebook group.
On some milk bottles, B. Many different mold numbers are seen on these bottles. I had climbed a tree and was about 20 foot in the air, the sun was shining and I noticed the sun was hitting something on the ground and shining. The glass is very irregular in thickness and the rim is uneven with no internal or external roll. As both a trend driver and creator, the Saverglass Group supports it clients worldwide through the design and production of projects across all product categories such as spirits, fine wines and perfumes, placing design at the heart of its achievements. Unfortunately, these books are very hard to find, are out of print, and when found they command a high price.
Miller owned by Phillip Morris then sold Central New York Bottle Company to Owens-Illinois in 1994. This company is connected with D. It is paired with a delicate, fully faceted glass bottle with a black graduated base coating to match the black zamak cap, and elevates this prestigious perfume bottle to goldsmith-crafted status. The unusual thing is the front of the jar. . The bottle 42418, is this the 18th one made in the production? Bushwick Glass Works, Brooklyn, New York 1864-c. Best regards, David I have a green glass jar or vase shape — approx.
So this is certainly a reproduction? This trademark was used from c. Another SoCal glass name popped up in an unrelated search. It is also the most robust platform through which to get China market updates from authoritative sources and find new partners from the markets that matter most. If you are close enough, you might try Cleveland-area public libraries, searching old city or business directories for Cleveland, if they are available, either in hardcopy or more likely on microfilm. Any help with this makers mark would be greatly appreciated.