Bottle Attributes

Bottles have attributes or characteristics that are useful in identifying their age, the products that they contained and even what area of North America they originate.

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Some attributes, such as imperfections in the glass, whittling and deformities can vary from bottle to bottle made at the same time for the same customer.  Others are consistent with a batch of bottles that was produced.  This second set of attributes are described on this site:

  1. Shapes - The general form of a bottle
  2. Lips - The shape of the top of a bottle
  3. Bases - The manufacturing markings on a base of a bottle
  4. Colors - The primary colors on a bottle
  5. Closures - The items or devices used to seal a bottle
  6. Manufacturers - The makers of a bottle

Click on the links above to get more information on an attribute or to identify a bottle that you are researching.

James Connor Bottle