JPG would like to know if this bottle is American or of another country?also the bottle is said to have come from Astoria or. i did a little research and i believe it is from the late1700,s or early 1800,s also did they have cobalt blue glass in the 1700,s.
Date: Digger, I posted some recent bottles on the bottle forum, but I've not got any responds from anyone.Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account.Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts. For a brief, basic discussion on glass (especially concerning the most common type of glass used for containers and tableware), check out my webpage here: What is Glass? Where was the physical location of the sand supply that eventually was turned into the glass piece that you hold in your hand?Every glass object, even the most lowly, commonplace glass bottle, has a story behind it, although all of the precise details may never be known. What was the name of the company or factory where it was produced? Is it American-made, or a piece that was produced outside the United States?