Appraised by: Anthony Slayter-Ralph. Tim Waterfield, Montreal Canada The indentation, at least for white wine, increases the internal surface area of the bottle enabling faster chilling. Introduction of half-gallon size with finger ring handle. Are the polypropylene pp 5 caps safe? Item location see all. Justin Steed, Stockholm, Sweden To disperse the sediment, and hinder it from rising up when poured.
The embossing indicates that this has to be a molded bottle and can not be either free-blown, dip molded, or from a turn-mold. This yields a likely date range under this question of between and the mids for non-pontiled bottles like "A". However, this determination would be incorrect for this bottle! Note: This section of the dating key is a series of independent questions where the answer to any given question is not dependent on the answer to another; a user may view the questions in any order. According to Toulouse , the company also used a diamond as a makers marking, though with the company initials in it. Bottle stands as shown in one of the illustrations were popular. However, one can usually ascertain something more about most historic bottles if one is willing to spend some time doing additional research in libraries, on the internet, museums, and other places.
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Sample Pages. See the pontil scars page for more information. Each of the green question hyperlinks result in a pop-up page showing the particular question on the Dating Page; once read it should be deleted to avoid clutter. The bottle does have a distinctive suction mark indicating that it was made by an Owens Automatic Bottle Machine.
Description: No material may be copied for commercial purposes. The user is now directed under all of the Question 5 options to move to Question 6 , which deals with diagnostic base features. This yields a " YES " answer to Question 2 and we know that this is a machine-made bottle likely dating it no earlier than about At this point in the dating, the overlapping date ranges from all the questions gives the user a much narrowed probable date range of to for bottle "A". He also uses over 10 unique 3D diagrams designed to give a better understanding as to the time line of glass blowing and bottle manufacturing.