The familiar term Mason Jar came after its inventor, Mr.Mason, who, at age 26, was a tinsmith in New York City.Bottles, candleholder & insulator " data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="alignnone wp-image-857 size-full" title="Glass medicine vial; beehive insulator; votive candle cup; Bromo Seltzer bottle; ink bottle; Bixby shoe polish bottle" src="https:// alt="small glass vial, Beehive Insulator, votive or vigil candleholder,bromo selzer, ink bottle, shoe polish bottle" width="600" height="201" srcset="https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 600px) 100vw, 600px" / The glassmaking industry in the US is a huge field that dates back to the 1600s, and covers a vast array of items and applications, including both handmade and machine-made glass.
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Things might not always be how you expect them to be.
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?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?I am not saying be passive, but the Lord will bring that person to you.God will help you meet the person who is meant for you.Jars carrying this embossing, often with other monograms, numbers, letters, etc., were widely produced until about 1920.