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Bottles, jars, jugs and containers of all types, antique fruit jars, glass insulators, fishing net floats, EAPG (Early American Pattern Glass), Depression Glass, antique children’s mugs, and other items are some of the forms of glass I enjoy learning more about. I’m interested in the general history of the glass manufacturing industry in the United States, especially within the sphere of container glass, electrical insulators and tableware (both pressed and blown).Fire was always a potential occurrence, and many early factories were destroyed by fire, sometimes leading to the complete closing down of a plant and/or failure of a company.Antique and vintage glassware of all types and styles that are collected, studied and appreciated today are the tangible artifacts and testaments to the remarkable creativity, sheer hard work, energy, perseverance, and innovation of those men (and some women) who worked in those earlier factories.

In most cities is impossible to find a job of any kind.

Glass-making factories in earlier days were, for the most part, rather unpleasant places……

the general inside environment could be, and often was, brutal.

Blue Aqua or “Hemingray Blue” CD 257 “Mickey Mouse” style glass insulator.

" data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="wp-image-3187 size-medium" title="CD 257 Hemingray Power Line insulator" src="https:// alt="Blue Aqua or "Hemingray Blue" CD 257 "Mickey Mouse" style glass insulator." width="249" height="300" srcset="https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 249px) 100vw, 249px" / Some of the information on glass insulators is from research originally compiled by N. Woodward, creator of the “CD” (Consolidated Design) numbering system now used worldwide by collectors for identifying and cataloging insulators.

In most cities is impossible to find a job of any kind.

Glass-making factories in earlier days were, for the most part, rather unpleasant places……

the general inside environment could be, and often was, brutal.

Blue Aqua or “Hemingray Blue” CD 257 “Mickey Mouse” style glass insulator.

" data-medium-file="https:// data-large-file="https:// class="wp-image-3187 size-medium" title="CD 257 Hemingray Power Line insulator" src="https:// alt="Blue Aqua or "Hemingray Blue" CD 257 "Mickey Mouse" style glass insulator." width="249" height="300" srcset="https:// https:// sizes="(max-width: 249px) 100vw, 249px" / Some of the information on glass insulators is from research originally compiled by N. Woodward, creator of the “CD” (Consolidated Design) numbering system now used worldwide by collectors for identifying and cataloging insulators.

There’s alot of great information already available on the web, as well as in books and magazines, but I’ve tried to gather some of the very best, basic info together onto this site, in particular concentrating on identification marks found on bottles, insulators and tableware.