Berry company is given in the report. Hope this helps, David I live on the Patuxent River and found an old what looks like peanut butter bottle but it has ounce numbers on the side of it Girling only up to 32…. I surmise they were used to contain and haul the product from the whiskey still and I was wondering approximately how old the jars are? There may also be a two-digit number on it somewhere like 39 for 1939 - 47 for 1947. Fire King glass is a pressed oven glass similar to Pyrex. But based on the above it would be 1937 or later.
Some glass bottles and insulators are so full of bubbles the effect is amazing. During the 1970's green was the only color that you could collect into sets but now more and more pink is showing up. Anchor Hocking Glass Museum - History of Anchor Hocking Anchor Hocking Glass Museum History of Anchor Hocking Anchor Hocking first came into existence when Isaac J. Production was expanded with the purchase of another day-tank. If you wish, you can also send me pics of the glasses to my email, listed at the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
Some pieces may have defects that were produced during manufacturing, but if the piece is in excellent condition otherwise, these small defects can be overlooked. I thought Fire-king shakers were all the same. It goes with the Bubble pattern. David Kim — This is a jar of Dr. The box is original and says Royal Chrome Sheffield Design Gourmet Ware.
Any advice would be so appreciated! I am certain this type of red glass paint has a specific name. The Glass Lovers Glass Database is made up of glass patterns by Company by Country. Is this unusual or rare? Many of those types of glasses were made by Libbey, Hazel-Atlas and other glass makers. White glass lines were often decorated with decals in natural, floral, or geometric patterns. And could it have once sat in or on some kind of apparatus? The paint on the pepper shaker is perfect, no issues. They are similar but the ray design goes further up the side of the glass than on the Lace Edge tumblers.
I can only say your jar dates from sometime in the late 1930s into the 1940s, 1950s or possibly 1960s. Most of the ware made in the United States is produced at their glass manufacturing facilities located at Lancaster, Ohio and Monaca, Pennsylvania. Gyazo screen cap: When researching old Atlas jars, all the Mason jars that seem to be made by them for use as actual re-usable Mason jars for home canning actually seem to have looked quite different. A variety of designs were made. Avoid dishware that shows excessive scratches from eating utensils.
Today, Anchor Hocking enjoys the financial backing and resources as one of the 18 decentralized Newell Companies that manufacture and market products in four basic markets: house wares, hardware, home furnishings, and office products. The words are placed around the tree like garland. What is the difference between a Breakfast Bowl and a Chili Bowl? The front and back faces of the bottle are flat, while the sides are slightly rounded. There are no red saucers; the red cups were sold with crystal saucers. Differing dates have been reported for a dark Forest-Green but it was probably made in 1954. Best regards, David All comments are moderated, so will not appear on this site immediately. What do the numbers mean? I have a set of Fire King tulip salt and pepper shakers.
The Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation had closure plants in Long Island City, New York and Toronto, Canada, and glass container plants in Salem, New Jersey and Connellsville, Pennsylvania. For the definitive Hazel-Atlas Glass Company collectors site, try checking out this link:. Sometimes I use them for dry oven canning. Those six bottle plants are located at: Elmira, New York; Warner Robbins, Georgia; Jacksonville, Florida; Lawrenceburg, Indiana; Henryetta, Oklahoma and Shakopee, Minnesota. Some lines are solid glass in opaque colors: white, ivory, turquoise, creamy pink rose-ite , light green jade-ite and pale blue azure-ite. Today, while yard saling, I came across an old liquor bottle for 75 cents.
And how do I know how old it is and what it is worth? As fire king glass molds wore out and were replaced, the embossing was often not added to the new mold. See this chart: Best regards, David I recently found a quart size and a pint size Atlas E-Z Seal glass canning jars and several different designed glass lids that fit them and a glass Ball quart size canning jar. Most Fire-King pieces were marked, but some were not marked. Other Fire King glass lines have fired-on coatings over crystal, in pastel shades of blue, green, peach, or yellow, or bright yellow, blue, orange, or green. The discovered jar was clear glass, rather than opal white, like your jar.
The style of anchor logo may help establish the manufacture period. The Hazel-Atlas mark continued to be used, at least on some percentage of their glass products, until approximately 1964, when Continental sold all of the glass plants except the facility at Plainfield, Illinois to. Layers are added by such things as hard water minerals that can be removed with a solvent such as Lime Away or a mild abrasive, such as Soft Scrub or even with fine Brillo pads. Remove underscore within first part of address. Are there Fire-King or jade-ite reproductions out there? You can fill out your collection through online auctions sites if you need to.