6 Bottles

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Object Name: 
6 Bottles
Maker(s): 
Accession Number: 
58.4.10
Dimensions: 
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1957-1958
Credit Line: 
Gift of Jamestown Glass House Foundation
Primary Description: 
6 Bottles. Transparent light olive-green or yellowish-green very bubbly glass; free blown and mold-blown; (A) straight sided body, rounded shoulder, cylindrical neck, flaring rim; flat base with "JAMESTOWN VIRGINIA 1608 1957"; (B) spherical, cylindrical neck, flat rim; flat base with: "JAMESTOWN VA 1608 1957."; (C) straight sides, rounded shoulder, cylindrical neck, flaring rim; flat base with: "GLASS ESTABD. JAMESTOWN VA 1603 OLDEST AMERICAN INDUSTRY"; (D) spherical, short neck, flaring rim; on flat base: "GLASS OLDEST AMERICAN INDUSTRY 1608-1958"; (E) spherical, cylindrical neck, flattened rim; on flat base: "JAMESTOWN VA. 1608-1958"; (F) rectangular (square) with sunken sides, rounded shoulder, short cylindrical neck with flattened rim; on flat base (faint): "JAMESTOWN GLASS 1608 1958".
Provenance: 
Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Source
1958-04-30