The mark was used by Owens-Illinois Glass Company, and for some more info and a number of different pictures of that mark, please check out this page:. Please see page for a brief summary of this company. Standard Glass Company was bought by Foster-Forbes Glass Company in 1933. This particular label was found on Fostoria Coin Glass, which was produced from the 1960s through 1986. I also have some tumblers with white windmills with the same problem. The sailboats and windmills are being removed by the very hot water and detergents used in a dishwasher. To give food, such as soup or juice, to friends in a container that they don't need to return to you.
The color schemes are so varied, they fit well into most any decor. Mark seen on the base of Baltimore-area aqua blob beer bottles from the c. In any case, that mark was primarily used by the Armstrong Cork Company from 1938 to 1969. Federal made many marked Depression-era salt and pepper shakers and kitchenware items in a variety of colors in addition to Depression glass dinnerware sets. Various flasks and bottles are marked with the full factory name, and the majority of these probably date between 1830 and 1870. We encourage a variety of opinions, but ask that you refrain from profanity and hate speech. Please see for more information.
Old Containers using N imprint vs. . Collins was able to begin Hocking Glass Company operations at the Hocking Glass Company. Was this new Coco-Cola bottle from Indianapolis at a time of change seam ends short but has a crown cap design-so is it 1870-80 0r 1892-1910. My problem is should I agree with the pat. Thanks to David Bethman for emailing me with info on the source of this mysterious acorn mark! Despite all cost-cutting efforts in this weak economy, Global Home Products and Anchor Hocking filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in April 2006 and the Anchor Hocking assets were sold to a unit of Monomoy Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm. The Newell Corporation acquired the Anchor Hocking Corporation on 2 July 1987.
Baltimore Glass Works, Baltimore, Maryland c. It is a very nice piece and would like to know more about it. Only a small percentage of their product may have been marked with this logo. I apologize if you write to me via email, or post on one of these pages and do not get a personalized reply! Any information would be greatly appreciated. This mark used on some containers 1994-1995. Later in that same year, the company also purchased controlling interest in the Lancaster Glass Company later called Plant 2 and the Standard Glass Manufacturing Company with plants in Bremen and Canal Winchester, Ohio.
The beauty of these colors has led Royal Lace, which was produced in complete sets in both Ritz Blue and Sunset Pink, to be one of the most popular Depression glass patterns sought by collectors. While Hazel Atlas produced many different patterns of Depression glass, the colors varied from pattern to pattern and most were made for only a few years during the 1930s. It is certain they were made by more than one glassmaker. Walbridge, Cecil Munsey, Roger Peters, Gene Blasi, Adeline Pepper, Arthur G. For a brief summary of this company,.
By 1886, the company expanded into a new plant facility in Washington, Pennsylvania where it manufactured it's only product--Mason Jar Liners eventually adding opal ointment jars and salve boxes but with advancements in glass manufacturing, methods and the introduction of glass food packaging to the country, Hazel Glass started to grow. Akro Agate Company, Akron, Ohio 1910-1914 and Clarksburg, West Virginia 1914-1951. L……………American Glass Works, Limited, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1880-1905. The last mention of this company was in the 1957 Binghamton city directory. When the 1929 stock market crash hit, the company responded by developing a 15-mold machine that could produce 90 pieces of blown glass per minute. Also very much like this: although the screw cap and neck are different and there are no words about federal law. Wilson 1981:113 , seen on a cylinder whiskey.
This bottle has been made in many, many colors since 1938. Handblown bottles were continued to be made into the 1920s and even later in some cases. Two support locations mold fabrication, equipment repair, etc at Zanesville, Ohio and Streator, Illinois, were closed in 2018. Is it marked with the Indianapolis city name? Is there any way I can clean them without losing the sailboats? Please remember that your username will appear with any comments you post. Because of this I am going to have to stop answering all but questions of the very widest interest to the collecting public.
Atlas Glass Company, Washington, Pennsylvania 1896-1902 , and the , Wheeling, West Virginia and other plant locations. Early pieces may be unmarked. This was also the time when much our their kitchenware was produced including luncheon sets, dinnerware in pink, topaz and black. Now, thanks to Joel B. Wash the tumblers by hand.
Brody ………………… , Cleveland, Ohio 1958-to date. The crow mark was used on glassware from the late '30s through the 1940s. The pictorial representation of an anchor appears on many liquor flasks spanning approximately the 1830-1910 period, and many of these seem to be found in the general Baltimore, Maryland area. First sold in 1856 by Joseph Burnett of Southborough, Massachusetts, it was a popular product for many years and was still available into the early 20th century. Any info would be great.