Contact me for logos you can also use if you wish. Were the bottles made in Australia for long? Some consider them collectible, although there were tens of millions made so they are not exactly rare! Hare was listed in the 1845 Wilmington Directory as a potter on French Street between 2nd and 3rd. There were two distinct businesses associated with this glass factory at 531 Smith Street between 9th Street and Hamilton Avenue. The business passed thru several owners and eventually became a soap works. Why is it a certain color? The impression is on the shoulder of the bottle. The company remained active until about 1945, when the last owners died and the property was sold.
Impression is on the face of the bottle. This bottle has a maker's mark. In that year, the name was changed to the Charles Boldt Glass Company on October 29, the Louisville operation was closed down, the Owens Company bought a controlling interest in the business, and the focus was shifted to producing other ware including soft drink bottles and preserve wares. Also, if this is Brockaway Glass Co. In 1867, Alexander Buchan acquired a lease for the property and partnered with T. This company was formed in 1905 with the merger of the Berney Glass Company and the Bond Glass Company.
Anchor Glass Container Corporation 1983-to date. William Sipe is reported to have come to Williamsport in 1863. Not sure if this company is associated with the American Bottle Company that made glass bottles in Newark, Ohio. Afterwards, Freidman and his family moved to Cedar Falls, Iowa for about a year. The markings are on the base of the bottle. The following link will take one to David Whitten's exceptional webpages that cover most known American glass makers marks assigning specific markings to the known or strongly suspected user of the marking - David Whitten is a serious avocational student of bottle and insulator makers marks and his pages are a wealth of information on the subject.
Click on or to view the portion of the Glossary Page that covers these subjects. Marked bottles date from all years of operation. The company employed about 125 workers and operated eight pots. Never having seen that mark in person, I had neglected to list it on my site. At the 1876 Centennial Exhibition at Philadelphia, Codd won a medal for his patented bottles.
It is etched with my grandfathers name followed by his birthyear 1898. It appears that Francis was operating the business alone in 1840 until being joined by his brothers sometime before 1848. By 1860, he had relocated to Schuylkill Haven and operated a pottery there until 1870, when he moved to Mahonoy City and continued to run his pottery and later ran a nursery. From what i have read, i would place it as the 2nd mold used in 1905 to produce these bottles at the American Bottle Company, and due to the sharpness of the lettering, it was produced using a new mold. Initials signature by Paul Kedelv.
They went out every day and did stuff,all kinds of amazing stuff. I saw on your description it said 1924- and you were looking for information on that. This pottery was erected in the later part of the Eighteenth century. Eichenlaub operated a stoneware pottery from 1855 to 1857, which he sold and purchased a queens-ware store. Lawrence was in New Jersey by 1844 and was most likely in a partnership with Francis and Philip Krumeich in 1850 as they all appear to have an 800 investment and were potters. So this is certainly a reproduction? I cant findany Breck bottles online made before 1930, and they are all rectangular.
The markings appear on the reverse side of the bottles or across the front and reverse sides. Star, which also had the napkin dispensers with a star on the sides, so commonly seen in old movies, would later become property of Dispensers Inc. They manufactured a wide range of stoneware, but jam jars and whiskey jugs were a specialty. Why not 1931 or 1951? It is also very hard to come by. Seen on the base of chemical and acid jars and bottles, most of which probably date from the early period — 1881 to 1900. Is there somewhere I can take them for appraisal in Illinois? The firm is reported to have had a branch in Toronto briefly. In the following year, 1911, the capacity of the Cincinnati plant was doubled and in 1913, a new plant was opened in Huntington, West Virginia.
One attempt, the Alton Glass Works Company, was organized, funded and appears to have starting building, but it can not be confirmed that they ever blew glass. The markings are on the reverse heel of the bottle. I know very little about old bottles. Some friends and I as well as some people on an online forum I frequent have been trying to figure it out, but with no luck. Thanks to Greg Franklin for supplying info on this mark! If the period of use of the mark was short, the age of the bottle may be pinpointed to a short period of time.
I receive emails virtually every day. The glass is smooth, with circles around the bottom neck of the glass above the heel. So far I have found so many wonderful treasures! The company was the successor to W. The company was operating well into the 1970s. Identify glass manufacturers marks by cross-referencing the glass's mark with a glass markings database such as the ones available on GlassLoversGlassDatabase. Kelly, In all honesty, it may be very difficult if not impossible to pin down a specific year for your jar. One marked bottle dates 1870-1872.
There are many collectors of cobalt blue bottles and jars, both old and new, across the country. The impression is near the base of the bottle. Hi Rosemary, Thank you for your kind words! Nearcut unregistered mark c in triangle 1902-1954 Cambridge Glass Co. The main location was cattycorner from the Denver China and Pottery location on Alcott Street at 16th. The Owens merger took place in 1929 and from then until 1954 they used a symbol on the base that is a capital I in a circle superimposed on a diamond — that does seem to be what you are describing. Early machine made bottles carry a distinctive mark known as the Owens ring, named after the inventor of the automatic machine at the Owens Glass Company.