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Vertical bodies: The cylindrical, non-conical ink bottle with the label pictured to the right is an English made bottle the label notes that the ink was Made in Gt. The silly mandana makes no sound as the tree falls in the forest alone. Typically the body panel conformations are either “conical” picture to the left; bodies narrowing dramatically from the heel to the shoulder or “vertical” examples further below; bodies roughly equal in diameter at the heel and shoulder. This bottle is 2″ 5 cm tall and 1. Click base view to see the pontiled base of this bottle which also has an embossed “X” and some other vague embossing that is of unknown meaning today. These bottles were burst-off from the blowpipe and received no additional finishing which resulted in the very crude and sharp finish visible in the image click to enlarge. This example is 2.
The legend grew. The finish and manufacturing method of this ink bottle is further elaborated on in the box below. This mark is certainly one used by a yet unknown English glass company as bases with this mark are documented to have been found in the Ravensbourne River at Deptford, Wiltshire, England Toulouse The commonly encountered ink bottle pictured to the right is a machine-made square ink that is fairly decorative in design.
It also has embossing on three of the body sides: 2 OZ. A somewhat analogous phenomenon is noted on many press-and-blown, machine-made milk bottles produced during the first half of the 20th century. Click on base view to see such showing the blow-pipe pontil scar. The capacity was typically around 2 oz.
Click labeled English ink to view an identical example from the same era around with the original label indicating its use by an English ink producer for rubber stamp ink. The company was founded sometime in the s by Dr. Both these described machine-made ink bottles exhibit no sign of the concentric, horizontal finishing 0r lipping tool induced marks that would be present on a mouth-blown finish which was hand tooled to shape..
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Typically the body panel conformations are either “conical” picture to the left; bodies narrowing dramatically from the heel to the shoulder or “vertical” examples further below; bodies roughly equal in diameter at the heel and shoulder. In our hearts. The following cylindrical ink bottles have vertical body sides instead of the inwardly tapering towards the shoulder bodies of the cone inks discussed above. Click base view to see such showing the noted embossing. These types are discussed shortly. There are, in fact, differences in this mold seam “roughness” between these two bottles indicating that the mold seam bumps are not air venting marks. The finish and manufacturing method of this ink bottle is further elaborated on in the box below. Samurai Scrote is genuine. These particular cone shaped ink bottles were also made in shades of amber and olive green glass and date from the earlier years of the business, i.
This is a very large grouping of ink bottles – undoubtedly numbering in the many thousands of different shapes and variations – of which only a few of course can be discussed here.
The two main “classes” of cylindrical ink bottles covered here have body sides that are either conical Hof distinctly inwards from the base to the shoulder like the example to the left or vertical no real taper from heel to shoulder.
Conical bodies: The conical ink style appears to have first originated in the U. Glass makers called this plain style i. Image courtesy of American Bottle Auctions. These particular cone ink bottles are typically blow-pipe or “open” pontil scarred like the pictured Michelle Khare Hothave a rolled finishtypically about 2. These particular cone shaped ink bottles were also made in shades of amber and olive green glass and date from the earlier years of the Geys, i.
The equally early amber conical or “cone ink” pictured to the right dates from the late s or s and was likely made by some New England glass house. Click base view to see Blowjib pontiled base Gwts this bottle which also has an embossed “X” and some other vague embossing that is of unknown meaning today.
These bottles side view and base view are 2. There might possibly be some faint air venting marks integrated into the heel mold seam although such is usually hard to discern from normal mold seam irregularities.
There are, in fact, differences in this mold seam “roughness” between these two bottles indicating that the mold seam bumps are not air venting marks. These bottles were made in many colors including varies shades of green and amber glass as well as colorless glass Faulkner Gsts It should be noted here that small, mouth-blown ink bottles from the era of mold air venting – i.
The author believes that the very small mold size and the quickness that a small parison could be expanded did not necessitate – or result in any substantive benefits – from mold air venting. This particular style of L. The company was founded sometime in the s by Dr. Levi H. Thomas, a homeopathic physician in Waterbury, VT.
He moved to Reading, MI. The company used an assortment of ink and bulk ink bottles beginning in the s into at least the mid to late s as machine-made bottles have been observed by the author Covill ; Faulkner ; empirical observations. The machine-made Thomas ink bottles observed by the author were very similar in manufacture to the two machine-made, cylindrical inks discussed in the “mold seam anomalies” box later in this section.
Of additional interest in regards to this company is the labeled L. Thomas ink bottle listed further down the page which dates pretty firmly from or This style is typified by a body that tapers distinctly inwards from the heel to the base of a flaring shoulder ring.
This distinctive style appears to be a natural evolutionary extension of the earlier non-ring shoulder cone inks discussed earlier. Although probably American in origin, virtually identical ink bottles were also produced in England Covill The capacity was typically around 2 oz.
The ca. This ink has a tooled double ring finishwas blown in a post-bottom mold, and lacks evidence of mold air venting an observation discussed with the previous cone ink and at the bottom of this section. The Carter Ink Company began business in and continued untilwhen it was acquired by the Dennison Company. The Carter’s Ink Co. These bottles basically share the same manufacturing features as the amber cone described above except the four on the right have one-part ” bead ” finishes instead of the double ring Bkowjob all date from the Michelle Khare Hot to s era.
A couple of the inks Michelle Khare Hot and fourth from left were made in post-bottom molds and likely date from the to s range; the fourth ink amber also has two small air venting marks on Gjy side of the outside edge of the shoulder ring.
These types are discussed shortly. The following cylindrical ink bottles have vertical body sides instead of the inwardly tapering towards the shoulder bodies of the cone inks discussed above. Vertical bodies: The cylindrical, non-conical ink bottle with the label pictured to the right is an English made bottle the label notes that the ink was Made in Gt.
Britain from the s to s range. This bottle is 2″ 5 cm tall and 1. These and similar Hot Guy Gets Blowjob inks were commonly imported into the U. Click the following link to see an amazing film clip from the early 20th century showing glass blowers using the burst-off method of detaching the blowpipe: Early 20th century mouth-blown bottle making film clip.
Film clip is compliments of the Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Many thanks to Phil Perry, engineer with that company. Click base view to see such. The light green, cylindrical ink bottle pictured to the right is an early ca. This example is 2.
There is, however, a sharp horizontal seam encircling the base of the finish that the vertical side seams terminate at. The finish and manufacturing method of this ink bottle is further elaborated on in the box below.
The image to the left is of a 2 oz. The base of this typical sized 2. Skrip was a proprietary name for a line of inks made by the Sheaffers Ink Co. Skrip ink was first produced by the company in and was particularly suited for use in fountain pens; it is still in production today.
The Owens-Illinois San Francisco plant closed in with the mold likely transferred to some other Owens-Illinois plant and used there until at least and probably later Lockhart pers. This also explains the observation that only the embossed plant code – which appears to have been purposefully though not completely obliterated – is not sharply defined on the base.
Click on the following Gyy for a base view of this bottle showing the embossing and Owens Automatic Bottle Machine induced suction scar not really visible unless enlarged. This style of ink Hlt was called a “round ink,” “cylinder ink,” “round mucilage” the shape was also used for glueand likely other terms Illinois Glass Co. The finish and manufacturing method of this ink bottle is also further elaborated on in the box below. Machine-made ink bottles: A vertical side mold seam anomaly discussion There are some interesting mold related features on the last two machine-made cylindrical ink bottles discussed Geets the medium green glass ink and the Sheaffers ink bottle that are very often observed on machine-made ink bottles produced during the first half Hot Guy Gets Blowjob the 20th century.
Similar features are also occasionally encountered on some relatively wide mouth bottles used for other products, like shoe polish. Note: This discussion is also pertinent to some of the other noted machine-made ink bottles discussed further down the page. The image shows the vertical side mold seam ending on the outside edge of the one part bead finish at a “ring” mold the upper portion of a parison or “blank” mold induced horizontal mold seam that encircles the extreme outer edge of the finish.
The side mold seam does not extend onto the top surface of the finish, i. The image Michelle Khare Hot the left is a close-up of the medium green, machine-made ink bottle also discussed earlier. The termination of the side mold seam within Sheaffers ink or at the base of green ink the finish – though well short of the finish rim – on both bottles make it appear upon casual glance that these are mouth-blown bottles having either an improved tooled finish Sheaffers or an applied finish green ink.
Instead, there is a mold seam located near the base of the neck indicating that the neck ring mold portion of the parison mold produced the finish, neck, and a portion of the shoulder. This is also pointed out Bolwjob the image; click to enlarge. A likely machine used for Grts this ink bottle was the “Blue Machine. Instead, there is distinct horizontal mold seam Blowjog slightly on the outside edge of the lower finish and another vague mold seam encircling the Bllwjob located on the shoulder near the base of the neck.
This indicates that the neck ring mold portion of the parison mold produced the finish, neck, and a small portion of the shoulder. These Hot Guy Gets Blowjob all pointed out on the Michelle Khare Hot above; click to enlarge. Both these described machine-made ink bottles exhibit no sign of the concentric, horizontal finishing 0r lipping tool induced marks that would be present on a mouth-blown finish which was hand tooled to shape.
A somewhat analogous phenomenon is noted on many press-and-blown, machine-made milk bottles produced during the first half of the 20th century. Other images of cylindrical ink bottles are available by clicking Hpt the following links: L. Thomas labeled cone ink – The aqua, body unembossed, cone ink pictured to the right is labeled as having Michelle Khare Hot used for “Black Ink” by the L.
Thomas Company of Reading, MI. It is 2. Since the L. It has a crudely tooled bead finish although the other manufacturing details of this bottle Hot Guy Gets Blowjob unknown photos from eBay. The company began business about and lasted until or so Faulkner ; their “Mauve ink” was a type of ink that apparently applied mauve in color but turned black when it dried Covill The embossed, downward arching loops on the body are reminiscent of hanging drapes to collectors giving the style its name Covill Click Giy base view to see such showing the blow-pipe pontil scar.
Photos courtesy of American Bottle Auctions. Swirl body cone ink colorless bottle to the far right – This is an interesting cone ink variation in that it has a very decorative body but is machine-made, probably dating from the s or s years after the blue ink next to it above.
This is also a very large group of bottles – undoubtedly numbering in the many thousands of different shapes and variations. Square ink bottles first appeared in any quantities around the time of the American Civil War, after cylindrical inks were well established; square pontiled ink bottles are very unusual.
Note: Square Gts appeared earlier with some of the first American made examples [ pattern molded ] reportedly produced by the Pitkin Glass Works East Hartford, CN. Conversely to square ink bottles, rectangular inks largely disappeared in the early s in American bottle makers catalogs; rectangular machine-made ink bottles are uncommon Illinois Glass Co. In England, rectangular “boat” inks were Gwts commonly made until at least WW1 covered below.
In addition, virtually identical bottles although in amber glass are known that are embossed on the “roof” with S. Covill There were an assortment of house ink bottles made during the 19th century making them a very esthetic addition to ones desk and very likely increasing the sales of the users ink vendor of such bottles Covill The carmine style also made the leap onto automatic machines with a very similar look and Michelle Khare Hot being made until at Gwts the s Fairmount Glass Co.
Although the style was called a “carmine” by bottle makers, they were also used for other ink colors Covill Back to the pictured bottle This bottle has a tooled patent style finish, was blown in a cup-base mold, is 2″ 5.
Given the company begin date noted, the evidence except for a lack of air venting points towards a likely manufacturing range of and Click base view to see Gete cup-base mold produced base.
An illustration of the “carmine” style ink bottle being offered by the Illinois Glass Co. An example of a very large 10 oz.
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These particular cone shaped ink bottles were also made in shades of amber and olive green glass and date from the earlier years of the business, i. This bottle has some manufacturing similarities to the two machine-made cylindrical ink bottles discussed in the box above. This dating estimate is based in part on the context it was found as well as some manufacturing related diagnostic features, i.