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A little mix and match can achieve the most stunning and thought-through effects.Find inspiration on our instagram or facebook pages.Some examples were quite crudely made, with lots of embedded bubbles, mold irregularities, and a “hammered”, “rippled”, “whittled”, or “washboard” appearance to the surface of the glass.Depauw Glass Company, located in New Albany, Indiana.George Silva, a 42-year old banker from Caracas, Venezuela told me he “never considered” tasting his wife’s milk while she was nursing their two children, now 8 and 5.“I never heard of a man who wanted to try it,” his wife Lisa said.“I had no urge whatsoever,” said Anthony, a 43-year-old New York wine salesman who asked that his last name not be used.
The jar pictured here is an example.) Mason’s Patent Nov 30th 1858 jar " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="alignleft size-large wp-image-1083" title="Masons-Patent-Nov-30th-1858" src=" alt="Mason's Patent Nov 30th 1858 jar" width="520" height="1024" srcset="https:// https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 520px) 100vw, 520px" / However, vast quantities were produced by well over 100 different glass factories, and many of those have NO identification marks whatsover, or only a mold number, letter, or emblem on the base.
If anyone has further info on this type of jar, or knows of other mold numbers that ID fakes, please contact me!
Also……August 4, 2014, unusually colored midget (Consolidated Fruit Jar Company logo) NOV 30TH 1858 jars have been reported with a mold number on the base: H39s (the “9” is backwards and the “S” looks somewhat like a backward “Z”).
But what if you deplete your supplies during an extended disaster and the only thing left is a glass of breast milk?
If drinking breast milk is alluring to you, or maybe not, you should use some caution.Similar screw-threading been done before on some bottles, but the process of forming the upper lip area of the container (so that it was smooth, even, and sturdy enough for a lid of standard size to be screwed thereon) was difficult and expensive to do properly, often with unsatisfactory results.