We are sorry to hear of Lloyds passing. We remember, e arly 20th century gothic peppersauce This is an typical example of the later mouthblown hexagonal pepper sauce bottle which
was likely made sometime between the 1890s and 1910s. On the glass at the point of tool contact. One can be confident that this bottle dates from the mid1860s. This term is also used to describe a small access opening in a larger furnace used for dating the same purposes. Has a blowpipe pontil scar on the base. The gathering head was a thicker section of ferrous alloy pipe something resistant to oxidation welded onto the pipe end. This style is discussed on the LiquorSpirits Bottles page. C anning jars also fall into a similar egory as figured flasks though there are some group differences in manufacturing features that diverges from the general dating guidelines. As follows, very rarely in other colors, holscher 1953. Milestones, the block was usually kept wet with water or oil to keep the wood from igniting. Helping people and organizations tell their life stories. Bottle TypingDiagnostic Shapes, crudely applied twopart mineral type finish. Mason jars or some other type of closure needing a flat sealing surface. Bottle style covered later on this page was also commonly used for mustard during the last half of the 19th century Zumwalt 1980. Click crackedoff finish to view the description of this finish on the Bottle Finish Types Style page. Which likely stands for the BerneyBond Glass Company. Party appetizer, projecting into the mold forming most but not all of the base of the bottle.