Boyd glass “chick salt” covered dish in lilac glass. I can only say with certainty that since the bottle is marked U G B, it was made by United Glass Bottle Manufacturers, Limited, a conglomerate of several glass factories located in Great Britain / United Kingdom. Aurene is one of the most popular styles made by Steuben Glass Works. Many pieces of Fenton are unmarked but can be identified by studying the styles, colors, and shapes made by this prolific manufacturer.. I should mention that only a small percentage of comments received are actually published on this site, since if every one was answered and published, my site would soon be loaded down with thousands of comments that could cause the pages to load more slowly for those with slower or older computers. marking seen on white milkglass inserts (discs or lids) used with zinc lids on “Mason” type fruit jars. The “90” may be a liquor bottle permit number assigned to Owens-Illinois Glass Company, and the “4” is a date code for either 1934, 1944 or 1954, but I can’t say which year it would be. Early pieces may be unmarked. Glass Manufacturers’ Marks seen on bottles, jars and other types of glassware ~ Note: for introductory and explanatory comments and discussion concerning this section of the website, please click on the “A-B” link below which points to “page one”. Frosted yellow vaseline glass candle holder marked faintly “FAROY U.S.A. / PAT. For much more detailed info on Bartlett-Collins and the history of the Premium Glass Company and other organizations involved in the earlier history of the plant, see this article written by Bill Lockhart et al: B & Co [o is underlined], below a triangle…………….. Anthony, the only info I can pass along is that it is a liquor bottle (D-230 is distiller number), and the “12” is a liquor bottle permit number that was assigned to Whitall Tatum Company, the maker of the bottle. KY.G.W. If there is NO glass manufacturer’s mark present (if there is one, it may be very faint, along the lower heel area), then we have to go on to other characteristics, such as the mold seams, and lip type. If it’s a question that is already answered somewhere on this site, then a *keyword search* will have to suffice (look along the top right-hand area of any page for the search box), and I may not reply with an individual answer. (this paragraph updated July 26, 2018). AM. Early American Prescut (“EAPC”) serving platter made by Anchor Hocking. Most late milk glass pieces with this mark were indeed produced by Westmoreland during the 1950s and '60s. Bushwick Glass Works………….Bushwick Glass Works, Brooklyn, New York (1864-c.1912). The Richmond plant burned in 1925 and was not rebuilt. This is a typical example, as seen on the bottom of an emerald green bottle bearing a date code of 1952. Also stamped are the numbers D11 and 56-42. Our first products were magnetron-coated glass, tempered glass, and painted glass (silk-screen printing). I assume it’s from Norfolk va. This is a late Imperial Glass Company mark. William Franzen & Sons- W F & S MIL marking on base of amber beer bottle. Our selection includes floor lamps that are perfect for brightening dim corners, as well as bold ceiling lights and pendants that give rooms a statement finish. Thanks! (Photo courtesy of Dan Goorevitch). Hopefully someone will have info on what this means! I would appreciate any help you can give me with this, thanks in advance!! For instance, the exact length of vertical mold seams on antique bottles (speaking in general, not just soda bottles). A variety of these would make an interesting collection in and of themselves. It is a pint bottle found by a railroad, it has federal law forbids sail or re_ use of this bottle. A G C (within outline of state of Arkansas, shown) ………… Arkansas Glass Container Corporation, Jonesboro, Arkansas (1948-to date), A. G. CO………………. If you (or any other readers, for that matter) notice ANYTHING that doesn’t look right about these webpages, please let me know in case there is a bug or glitch of some sort. Beneath the words TO BE I see 2 small vertical lines with 2 small horizontal lines to the right of them. I also found a blue ball mason jar glass lid that has the script Ball on it. I understand Kerr brand disappeared in 1996. Some numbers served as date codes, or as some other type of internal code used by the factory. This piece measures 11 inches in diameter. Pieces from the 1960s have the Anchor Hocking wording and logo in addition to the Fire-King Ware mark. initial mark. Ray Banford. Brockway……………..Brockway Glass Company, Brockway, Pennsylvania (1907-1988). C. Bottle & Glass Makers Marks - This section is only introduced on this page, the bulk of the information being located on a separate webpage. Many marks are encountered that indicate the company whose product was contained within it, or are trademarks (“brand names”) that give no indication of who actually made the glass, and those are (with a number of exceptions here and there) not included in my list. Please see the above two entries on “A.G.W.”, A H K………Alexander H. Kerr & Company, Altoona, Kansas (1909-1912); Sand Springs, Oklahoma (1912-19?? “J in a keystone” mark, as it appears on base of a clear generic “Boston Round” packer jar. Angel above crown logo……….Kerr Glass Manufacturing Company, Portland, Oregon and other locations. It seems I have heard about a logo with 2 deer facing each other, but have no info on this mark. B. L. Fahnstock Fortune & Co. Pitts. Thank you for your interest, understanding and support! Sorry, I’m not familiar with the mark as you describe it. A David, I found a clear glass bottle with the name W T RAWLEIGH CO with a mark o inside a square on the bottom of the bottle Freeport Ill. More info here. Thank you. David. It has OWENS stamped on 2 sides of the bottle, nothing on the third side or the bottom. Identify Collectible Glassware Marks and Signatures With This Gallery. B. Stretch glass is not considered art glass. uncertain. O V entwined – on base of cobalt blue “Acqua della Madonna” water bottle from Italy. See “Indiana Glass” and “LCC” marks. I’m not sure about the PL and pitchfork mark (seems like I’ve seen it before, but I have no info) but the “P inside a circle” stands for Pierce Glass Company. And great work on the site, there is so much information here! c 1935 - 1950's, Barolac is a trademark registered in 1935 by John Jenkins and Son of London, importers and retailers of glassware manufactured in Czech by Josef Inwald. Baltimore Glass Works certainly made some of them, and no doubt other glass companies in the Baltimore area also made them. This particular mark was used through the 1950s. I will be happy to post an address to the museum also, and I’ve posted your full comment and telephone number here for anyone interested in more information. Anchor inside a rectangle or “Boxed anchor” mark used by Anchor Hocking ~ used from 1977 to c. 2000 or possibly later. The unmarked items are recognized as Federal pieces through pattern identification. Dea (college student who thinks your site is fantastic), Dea, that is very kind of you. Is that not the case and I just haven’t done enough research? See, B within a diamond (on the base of bottles) …………………. For more information, please see the, Brookfield (On glass electrical insulators)……………….. Brookfield Glass Company (c.1864-c.1921) with factories at Brooklyn, New York and Old Bridge, New Jersey. We saved about 80+ boxes from going to the trash (they had already taken a few loads). I was wondering if you had ever seen this mark before? The color is that of a rich extra olive oil green. A green bottle that is plain w/ no markings on the bottle, but has RCNUK on the bottom of it. And you are correct, Hazel-Atlas manufactured the jar: http://www.wvncc.edu/alumni/hazel-atlas-glass-history/105, I am working on finding old catalogues to snoop through and see if I can’t nail down a decade for the jar. Quick question, should Distributor Tools. Lime Green quart canning jar, labeled on base as PUTNAM 6. ;(yes, that is Putnam with a 6 period opposite it on base). 4 16348 Marienwerder OT Ruhlsdorf. B.P.& Co………Beck, Phillips & Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (c.1866-1886+). Yes, I would like to see a pic of the mark, and (with your permission) perhaps I can post it to my site. ); Santa Ana, California (1943-19??) This mark has been seen on blackglass (very dark olive green or olive amber) bottles that appear to be from Great Britain, and probably date from sometime in the 1860-1900 time period. I found a bottle with a big ‘PL’ on the bottom and what looks like a pitchfork underneath it. And do you know which company manufactured the jar? One side says “federal law forbids sale or reuse of this bottle”, the other side say “one pint” the bottom says “R 341”, under that is “90 a logo (what I believe is the Owens Illinois logo) and then 4”. And, yes, your bottle has been “nuked”. (Dec 2015) Triangle has number “500” embossed within, on the example reported, but perhaps a different number appears on other containers? The Jeannette Glass Company has a "J" in a square mark that is reversed so it can be viewed through the bottom of the glass when looking inside. Whitefriars Glass Company. I have never heard of this mark. The bar not only fits perfectly into the living room, it can also be perfectly integrated into loft, industrial or rustic rooms. New England Glass Company. I found a small clear glass bottle w/cork. That mark was used until the mid-1850s. David. If you charge overnight at home, you can wake up to a full battery every morning. 2) In reference to Agnew & Company, there was a series of glass companies in the Pittsburgh area in which the Agnew family was involved, beginning as early as 1842 with Chambers & Agnew. Menü . However, this site is geared with more emphasis on the actual glassmakers themselves. Most were removed through washing and wear, however, so those pieces must be identified by the pattern or etching present on the piece. They touted “modern miracles with everyday glass” in their marketing, furthering the mid-century ideal that artistry in glass can be enjoyed while being used. Thank you! Thanks a lot for your post! These include a 2 quart with just the word GEM on front and MADE IN CANADA RECYCLABLE with a C in a triangle with rounded corners, JEWEL JAR MADE IN CANADA on front inverted triangle with C inside and 1 on bottom, Canadian, in cursive, JEWEL on front with regular triangle with C in centre and TRADEMARK REC’D with 8 beneath it on bottom. Schau dir unsere Auswahl an modern art glass an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops für glassskulpturen & -figurinen zu finden. La Cristallerie Baccarat (modern) Bob Banford. This particular logo was used from 1988 to 1995. Irving Amen (1918–2011}, stained glass; Gary Beecham (b. Although not the mark of a glass factory, this may be mistaken for one. Most pieces with this mark are old carnival pieces, but it's wise to remember that Wright reissued several patterns (the Grape and Cable butter dish and Grape Delight nut bowl are the most frequently found) with the mark after they bought the molds. This mark used from circa 1925 to 1988. Hi Myles, 1900-iridescent glass almost totally. Take care, The anchor can be placed either on the base, or on the front of the bottle. The “RED BOOK” price guide used by “serious” fruit jar collectors lists several varieties of those jars, with minor variations in wording. See my webpage here with more info on Numbers seen on the bottoms of glass bottles and jars. 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. ); later plants at Huntington, West Virginia (1933-19?? The most recent incarnation seems to have been “The Agnew Company”, which was in operation in 1894 (a bottle catalog from this company exists, dated 1894) which may have continued on for some time afterwards. In 1918 the company expanded its manufacturing to bottles, jars, tableware and domestic glassware… But then was bought out by Ardagh in January 2013.. Now only 3 of the Anchor Plant you have listed under Anchor are with Ardagh now.. I can send you a photo if that would help. Unknown maker. [Readers, after doing more research we found that this mark is supposed to be a castle, and it was used by Gibraltar Crystal, of Gibraltar (1995-2019) ] . Thanks Maurice for this information! 7. Above the scale is a “10.” Below the scale is a “3” ‘Owens-Illinois mark’ “1.” I believe the is the location and 1. is the year. Company, see “A.B.G.M.CO.” Also, see the “AB (connected)” mark on. Please see my webpage on that company. “M in a circle” mark used by Maryland Glass Corporation. The molds were supposedly sold by 2001, with some of them now in the hands of Wilkerson Glass and other manufacturers. Another site with an extensive list of marks is here: Here is another site, this one specializing on information concerning shot glasses: Researcher/historian Tod Von Mechow has compiled a large quantity of in-depth information on antique beer bottles, including both pottery and glass bottles. The mark might be loosely compared to a “horizontally widened” plumb bob logo. It has no identifying marks except for a 5 6 on the bottom(the part that would touch the thing it’s sitting on), Hi Kelly, ~David. Enter at least 3 consecutive letters of the signature. Any info on this bottle? (Please see next entry). The center mark is a circle with something in the center, I can’t tell if it’s an arrow or an A or something else. I can make out 1/2 oz., the number to the left looks like 47 and the one to the right is 61. Another site with an extensive list of marks is here: http://www.carnivalheaven.com/carnivalglass103/id76.htm . Can’t find any information anywhere online! & W. ………………probably Agnews & Wilcox, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (c.1869). Side reads TRADE MARK, LIGHTNING, REGISTERED, U.S. PATENT OFFICE . A merger of the Bond Glass and Berney Glass companies, plants were located in Bradford, Hazel Hurst, Smethport, Clarion, and Knox, all in the state of Pennsylvania; the Winslow Glass Co. plant at Columbus, Ohio was purchased in 1927. BODE……………..Bode Extract Company, Chicago, Illinois (Gustav Augustus Bode, proprietor). David, Hi, I just wanted to say THANK YOU! I believe that the 23 refers to the year 1923 – which is before these other Mark’s started. This particular bottle was made by Owens-Illinois in 1984, as indicated by markings along the lower heel of the bottle. I don’t have much info other than (because of the “Federal Law..” phrase) it is a liquor bottle. That means it could date 5, 10, 20, 30 or even more years AFTER 1892. The rest are back to AGCC.. Tampa Headquarters is AGCC.. Ardagh’s North American Headquarters in in Muncie, IN (formally the Saint Gogain headquarters).. Pond’s Cold cream was first sold about 1904, and huge quantities of the jars (of slightly varying shape over the years) were made. 1) Adams & Company is considered as the most likely producer of several “Clasped Hands” figured flasks from the 1860s bearing this mark on the front, as attributed by Jay Hawkins, researcher on early Pittsburgh glassmakers. Some numbers served as date codes, or as some other type of internal code used by the factory. Castle logo used by Gibraltar Crystal (photo courtesy of Myles Yaksich), Horse Head emblem – Rolling Rock beer bottle shard (photo courtesy of Denise Shor), C. IHMSEN & SON – PITTSBURGH – dark amber squat ale bottle. This one has an "F" within a shield mark used on many Federal pieces, but some were not marked. ~David, I have foung in the chelan washington area a bottle, 8oz its a lyric with an A17 in the diamond on the bottom, on the side is WILD ROOT with what looks like wheat stalks. The second number is “51” which is a year date code for 1951, the year the bottle was manufactured. I would encourage anyone interested in makers’ marks on beer bottles (and soda bottles) to check out his site….. he has a very extensive list with a lot of great material on obscure glass and pottery companies here: http://www.sodasandbeers.com/SABBottleManufBeerSoda.htm. On the bottom it has a C NOT TO BE REFILLED 67 in a semi circle. From the type and general style of bottle which carries the mark (early cylinder whiskey), it looks like the company was probably in operation during the 1860s or 1870s. S&S – embossed mark on base of Bludwine Bottling Company bottle (photo courtesy of Seth Miller). Prolific maker of glass electrical insulators, they also made large quantities of bottles and jars, the great majority of which were not marked with the company name. If your bottle has seams that “fade out” or appear “wiped”, and do not reach the very top of the bottle, it shows it to be a hand-made bottle. For more info on the “Federal law Forbids……” phrase, see my webpage concerning that marking. This example appears on the base of a clear decorative spirits bottle embossed with a horse head inside a horseshoe design, and the words “Los Angeles Brewing Company”, perhaps a limited-edition bottle made during the 1930s or 1940s for a polo club? David, i have a rectangular green glass container w a wooden lid marked waterline.wondering what it is and what it is worth. This is frequently the case, especially with soda, mineral water, beer and other bottles of the 1880-1930 period, in which the initial(s) of the “end user” (such as the bottler, brewery, drug manufacturer, or other firm for which the bottle was made) appear embossed on the base. The reference book “Bottle Makers and their Marks” by Julian Toulouse (1971) which this list is based on (discussed farther down on this page) contains an appendix listing of glass marks used by glass companies around the world, most of which are not listed here. Maker of toy glass marbles as well as ashtrays, vases, children’s dishes and many other unusual novelty items. Recently I purchased a set with two square glass flasks. It would be greatly appreciated if you could put our link on your site. For an article with more extensive background material on Bellaire Bottle Company, check out this .pdf file by researcher Bill Lockhart et al: Adlam’s Patent (on base of jars)…….. Several different jars are known with such embossings as “ADLAM’S PATENT” or “PAT. Click here to access a page on the Bucher Emhart Glass site with a link to a recently updated .pdf file illustrating many glass container marks. Hope this helps a bit! Many of these items end up for sale in online auctions being represented as Gallé with low starting bids. THANK YOU!! A B & Co (as seen on the base of blackglass ale or wine bottles)……….. Thank you! Excellent condition , pet/smoke free home. And I assume the bottle was made in 1957. A. And yes I have and love these blue bottles! Just thought you should know the link to dairyantiques.com is no longer valid – apparently, the site no longer exists. ), I haven’t had a chance to upload a photo yet, so here is a link to the exact jar I am referring to: http://www.terapeak.com/worth/small-ponds-jar-metal-lid-cold-cream-vintage-milk-glass-empty-beauty-treatment/162065391934/. Hope this helps, Luke, I thought you meant one of the 3 random rotating “header” photos that appear at the very top of every page on this site. Arbogast & Co. Pitts. Design: modernist cube Phone vase, manufactured by WMF, Germany ca 1960s.. thick clear crystal glass with cobalt blue overlay, square and rectangular bubbles polished, masive implementation. The Akro Agate logo is actually a crow flying through the letter "A" holding marbles in its beak and claws. Pictures here: http://feathasthekitten.tumblr.com/post/153885806535/pictures-taken-in-an-attempt-to-identify-when-and, Ravyn, McKesson & Robbins used a weighing “scales” trademark which is seen embossed on the bottom of a lot of medical/chemical-related bottles and jars for their products. This trademark was first used in 1908, according to information published in Arthur G. Peterson’s. I’m guessing they have an arrangement of some sort with glass companies to produce products with the deer logo as their official or unofficial trademark. Best regards, There is something you all may not know: Bromo Seltzer also put their ads on the large old sheet music from the 1900’s – 1930’s which I have for sale. Download. Any ideas? Thank you! I hope this list will be of assistance to those interested in antique bottles and other glass containers made in the United States and the history behind the factories that manufactured them. I don’t have enough knowledge or familiarity with Baccarat glass to offer you an opinion. Pa. ……………..Fahnstock, Fortune & Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (1866-1873). BF……………….Ball-Foster Corporation (mark used 1995-2000). Please see, AB (letters connected) Co…………….. uncertain: either American Bottle Company (1905-1929). Although some of these marks are listed on my site, some of them are not. 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