Currently 2018 such items as storage canisters, candle holders, and assorted kitchen ware is still being made here in the United States. If you have a problem with a purchase from me, I will work to make it right for you. Some may be answered directly by email, others posted on the site. I was just curious if it would be worth more to sell or to keep in my collection because I have not found a single one like it online or in my searches so far Sorry, it would not allow more writing. I would be happy to send pictures if anyone is willing to help me identify them. I simply don't have the time, energy or knowledge to answer many of the questions submitted here.
Marianne, My site is not intended as an appraisal service. Thanks for help identifying these glasses. Thank you for your understanding and support! Ebay can be useful in searches for info such as this, since huge numbers of bottles of every age and description are posted on that site every year. Also, there have been thousands of dairies that operated throughout the United States that had personalized glass milk bottles manufactured for them……. In 1970, the former Phoenix Glass Company plant located in Monaca, Pennsylvania was acquired by Anchor Hocking.
A very wide variety of glass containers for many types of foods, beverages and other products were produced. I welcome convos from you to better help you decide to purchase or not. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I can only say your jar dates from sometime in the late 1930s into the 1940s, 1950s or possibly 1960s. This provides peace of mind when tossed in a bag or car's front seat. This also helps reduce heat transfer from hot liquids.
I thought it was a 1920 jug at first but the symbol is from 1937. I wonder if anyone has seen them and know if they are old or new? The silicone wrap provides the user with an anti-slip grip that further protects the bottle from breakage. It says…Happy Holidays and Anchor Glass Container…… on it. The LifeProof glass water bottles have a 19. Thank you so much for any information! And on the actual bottom of the bottle it says…Christmas 1987. And at the bottom of the tree the glass is inset, almost as if it once sat in something else. Are these worth something or okay to use for everyday or give to Goodwill without fear of losing an antique? Sooner or later, if a similar bottle is posted on ebay and the seller includes the embossed markings on the base in their written description you may see what type of item the shard is from.
And could it have once sat in or on some kind of apparatus? It is a free and friendly site! Click that, and it should automatically sign you up for email alerts. The words are placed around the tree like garland. David I have been searching for the plant number, if I am reading these in the correct order, I cannot translate, although it has been fun and interesting to do so. About The Oneida Group Driven by devotion to design, The Oneida Group is recognized for providing quality tabletop and kitchen solutions through its consumer, foodservice, and specialty channels. Perhaps someone with more knowledge of the many patterns Anchor Hocking made can comment further. Available today, the bottle is designed so people can hydrate on the go with a glass bottle that is strong enough to hold up to their daily lives. I have many years of experience selling on the internet with a great track record of describing my items accurately and include photos to help make your decision on making a purchase from me easier.
You can email me pics of the jar, using the email address as shown on the bottom right-hand corner of any page on this site. Best regards, David All comments are moderated, so will not appear on this site immediately. We take intellectual property concerns very seriously, but many of these problems can be resolved directly by the parties involved. Best regards, David I found a 2. Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation was formed in 1937, a result of the merger of the Hocking Glass Company, Lancaster, Ohio which began in 1905 and the Anchor Cap and Closure Corporation, Salem, New Jersey began 1913. Anyway, hope you find this as interesting has I did. 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….
It is also wrapped in a protective silicone sleeve, offering additional grip and cushion. The 304-grade stainless steel mouthpiece has a silky-smooth finish to provide a superb drinking experience. I have always been interested in these bottles please somebody let me know what I have thank you!!! You just need to sign up as a member in order to post. Thank you for your patience and understanding! For more info, please check these article links:. I will do my best to send your purchase in the most economical way. What kind of closure might it have had, as there are no screw on lines? Additional information can be found at and. They are not the Milano Lido pattern I see on line but a bit reminicent of that design.
They continue to produce large quantities of bottles as of 2018. There are lots of dedicated milk bottle collectors who frequent that forum, so perhaps someone can pass along better information for you. Anchor Hocking mark as seen on base of orange Fire-King mug. Most of the ware made in the United States is produced at their glass manufacturing facilities located at Lancaster, Ohio and Monaca, Pennsylvania. 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.
Over the years, a number of glass manufacturing plants were involved including locations at Salem, New Jersey; Winchester, Indiana former Woodbury Glass Company, later, Turner Glass Corp. Many of those types of glasses were made by Libbey, Hazel-Atlas and other glass makers. This is the second installment of a special series, presented by the , exploring key trends and developments driving the growth of housewares and home goods in the home improvement retail business. The cost to ship your items are the buyers responsibility. I also as a child found a lot of Washington dairy milk glass bottles that are not broke!! The company's global platform allows it to internationally market and distribute internationally its total portfolio of products including bakeware, beverageware, serveware, storageware, flatware, dinnerware, crystal, buffetware and hollowware; premium spirit bottles; cookware; gadgets; candle and floral glass containers; and other kitchen products, all under a broad collection of widely-recognized brands, including Oneida, Anchor Hocking, Sant' Andrea, Buffalo, Delco, Fire-King, Stölzle, and Durobor. I know nothing about antiques! It would appear I found some sea glass with the Anchor in the rectangle.
I use recycled packaging materials whenever I can to help keep shipping costs down. Those six bottle plants are located at: Elmira, New York; Warner Robbins, Georgia; Jacksonville, Florida; Lawrenceburg, Indiana; Henryetta, Oklahoma and Shakopee, Minnesota. The double wall, stainless steel lid is hermetically sealed, which helps reduce heat transfer from hot liquids. Sometimes a container carried a date code, but it seems apparent that some did not. Please, no posts asking about value of an item. If you have friends or family members who are interested in antiques, bottles, fruit jars, insulators, tableware or other types of vintage glass, please consider sharing this site with them on Facebook or other social media sites. Also when one holds them your realize they are octagonal in nature although it is very subtle.