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Mark used c. Also, see the I in a diamond page. Imperial Glass Company, Bellaire, Ohio Found on tableware. This particular mark believed to date from approximately This mark is very rare, but confirmed to exist on the base of an amber beer bottle. IPGCO in a diamond……….
Name change of company above. Usually has a tiny triangle inside the larger triangle, squeezed in above the letters. Isabella Glass Works………………………………….. I S G CO………….. Information on mark ID first sent to me courtesy of Tom Neff. This mark is rarely seen on soda bottles, including a few Coca-Colas.
This particular mark was used from on high quality tableware and novelties including milk glass, carnival glass, and other glassware of many patterns and in many shapes, forms and colors. I X L ……………. Unknown maker. Bottle posted on ebay November J in a diamond……….. Johns Bros made crown style soda bottles. J in a keystone…………………Knox Glass Bottle Company, used on containers made at their Jackson, Mississippi factory location Exact period of use of this mark is unclear ……..
If you have specific information on the years this mark was used on their ware, please contact me! Seen on heel of amber slug-plate crown-top soda bottle made for H. Epping, Louisville, KY. J Bros……………. See Johns Bros, below. Emblem of a cut diamond or some other type of jewel, as seen on base of shot glass.
If anyone has information about this mark, please let us know! These initials were seen on the base of a Curtice Brothers ketchup bottle, reported by Taylor McBurney.
The mark pictured is apparently that of James E. If you have more detailed info on these two men and the marks they used, please contact me. Initials appear, in a circular formation, on the base of a handmade, plain square medium-sized aquamarine pickle bottle, distinctly American, of a type generally made circa Years of usage of this mark is uncertain. See next 2 entries. The company evidently existed, in various incarnations, for many years afterward.
Dates of usage for this mark are very unclear to me and I would propose a very wide possible date range extending from the s into the late s.
Most likely, perhaps More research certainly needs to be done on this group of companies and the marks they used. Also, see K. Became part of United Glass, Ltd, in Johns Bros. Johns Brothers, Fairmont, West Virginia See JB. Pitkin Glass Works, Manchester, Connecticut Appears on flask probably made circa Initials presumably stand for Joseph P. Foster, manager at Pitkin. Watkins Co. They might be found with the J. Most of the bottles with these embossings probably date from the ss era.
The actual glass manufacturer s of the various Wyeth bottles are not known to me at this time. K mark on base of ringed peppersauce bottle, possibly product of Kearns. K on base of early hand-made bottles and jars …………………….
Kruger Glass — K with baby logo. Kruger Glass, Germany, circa ss?? No detailed info on this company, but if you have information on this mark, the company and the products they made or distributed, please write! K9 or K-9………………………. Mark seen on milk bottles. Wheaton, mark appears on various items made by Wheaton, Millville, NJ, after they purchased the molds previously used by John E. Kemple Glass Works. See next entry. K in a circle……….. Seen on ornamental and reproduction glassware, novelties, tableware: John E.
K in a circle……………As seen on glass lenses, lamp globes and other industrial glassware : Kopp Glass, Inc. K in a diamond…………….
K in a hexagon…………. Plant was purchased by Owens-Illinois in Now known as Kimble Chase Inc. The K-in-a-hexagon mark was first used beginning in , according to U. Patent and Trademark records, and the last re-issue was in ……. Most if not all recent glassware specialty laboratory glassware such as beakers made by Kimble Chase may carry a plain K instead of a K inside a hexagon.
Knox Glass Bottle Company — K inside a keystone logo. K in a keystone…………. Mark introduced circa ? Knox operated a number of glass manufacturing plants over many years during the 20th century, producing tremendous quantities of glass containers of many types during that time. Sometimes there is no discernible letter inside the keystone shape. Dates of mark usage uncertain; perhaps s up to ; see next entry. K B Ltd……………Kilner Bros. Dates of mark uncertain. Perhaps s On glass electrical insulators …………………………..
Kensington Glass Works………. Kensington Glass Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania c. Full name seen embossed on many historical flasks. This factory was later known as the Dyottville Glass Works. Kerr………………see webpage on Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corporation. Some bottles carry a keystone shape which appears to be completely empty of any letter. In those cases it is assumed they are products of Knox Glass Bottle Company as well.
K-G ………………. Years this mark was used are not completely certain, but perhaps circa Monogram seen on fruit jar. Initials also appear spelled out and are known embossed on the base of a pickle bottle. This mark presumably dates before , when Hazel-Atlas bought the plant. On some bottles, these initials may stand for another company. See KY.
K H with various numbers ………. Brand name used by Knox Glass Company for a line of bottles. Knox………………………………Knox Glass Bottle Company. Full name seen on very rare historical flasks. Manufacturer of a wide variety of industrial glass items such as signal lenses, railroad lantern globes, colored glass light covers airfield boundary lenses , etc.
However, also seen on the bottom of a flat clear glass liquor flask. Maker of many types of utilitarian containers, usually found in aqua or amber glass. Base photo of a beer bottle is shown, right. For more info on this company, please click here. Another variant of the above mark, seen on quite a few bottles and jars. No info on maker, though it might stand for one of the Knox Bottle company plants, or maybe it is just a mold letter mold identifier.
L crudely formed letter, on the base of handmade beer bottles, circa ss ………… unidentified manufacturer. I have doubts that the W. Latchford eventually became part of Anchor Glass. L with 2-digit number to the right……. L or L52…………. Lamb Glass Company, Mt. Vernon, Ohio c. This mark seems to be found only on milk bottles. L in cursive script ………. Libbey Glass, Inc.
L in a keystone…….. Plant was sold to the Obear-Nester Glass Co. L in a shield………. Seen on base of Puritas water bottle. L in a square………. Lincoln Container Corporation, Lincoln, Illinois ?? Plant owned by Obear-Nester Glass Company , but operated under this company name. Leone Industries, Bridgeton, New Jersey to date. Leone was purchased in to become part of the Ardagh Group, but is apparently still using their own mark as of Lancaster Glass Works…………….
Their most well-known product would probably be their marked blob top soda bottles from the ss period, found in aqua, various shades of blue including cobalt, green and other colors. This factory evidently was idle for several years between and , and from city directory sources was again in business for a short while in the c. LBD seen on heel of Ed Pinaud hair tonic bottle, c. The initials might stand for a glass company in France. Lbg ………………….. Lynchburg Glass Works, Lynchburg, Virginia LCC stylized mark ………………….
Lancaster Colony Corporation, based in Lancaster, Ohio. Indiana Glass Company was acquired by Lancaster Glass Corporation in , and with several other glass companies, Lancaster Colony Corporation was formed circa This firm was a dealer in paints, oils and varnishes. They apparently offered lettered glass bottles as part of their product line many firms of this type offered window glass and glass bottles in addition to their other products , and since they were not an actual bottle manufacturer, the bottles were made by an unidentified glassworks.
Just a wild guess………. Leo Ward or other year, hand-etched on the base of art glass bird paperweights ………….. Give Metallic Twist Ties! Only 13 left in stock - order soon.
Only 10 left in stock - order soon. Related searches. Need help? Visit the help section or contact us. Go back to filtering menu. Skip to main search results. A blue which we love and a gin that tastes fantastic! Elegant, fun and colourful! We have included this bottle in our list this time round by checking out your recommendations. The design and name of this gin is incredibly personal. Find out more about the story behind this beautiful bottle here.
From the City of London Distillery we love this bottle! Another recommendation, thanks for the reminding us of this one Sarah W! Imagine if your interior design Pinterest board were a gin … this would be it.
Just check out their Instagram page! Well this is truly a special design, one we want to see on our shelf! We think this bottle is ridiculously cool … we hope we look as suave as the woman on the label after a few gins! Another great suggestion for the list by Sarah B.
With a cork in the top and beautifully shaped bottle this is one of our favourites. The Prohibition inspired label for this beautiful bottle was created by legendary tattoo artist Mo Coppoletta — who has worked with brand giants such as Samsung and Rolls-Royce!
The Forest Gin Bottle, designed by Wade Ceramics who have been creating beautiful designs since , is made of local Staffordshire Porcelain in a bid to use all local materials! We love this ethos, and the beautiful bottle of course! This has always been one our favourites and it will for many years! This would be in our top 3 bottles we think! Our absolutely wonderful Gintern Holly has created her own gin … and the bottle is as fab as she is!
Want a bottle of your own? Course you do! Pre-order yours here. Hey why not fill it with homemade sloe gin jam — recipe curtesy of our Gintern?! This is exactly the kind of scene we envision when we see this beautifully elegant bottle. Start with a matching pair of mini bottles, ideally with light screw lids Hendricks are particularly good for this.
Then, carefully use a sharp pin to create multiple holes in the pepper one, and a single one in the salt bottle, before filling. Simple and lovely! A fun project for green-fingered gin drinkers, old bottles can be carefully turned into terrariums, creating a little garden in a bottle.You're Like a Broken Gin Bottle Baby B Side ( Remaster) ( Remaster) $ Preview Singles and B Sides. Singles and B Sides Skyhooks .