Other questions may or may not be answered, simply because I do NOT have the time and energy to answer all of them. No one is absolutely positive when the last aqua 42s were made, but probably circa On the example I have, the mold number is 6A.
This is a different type of process from the BLOWING of glass, by mouth or by machinery as is done to produce hollow articles such as bottles and jars. I really appreciate your site with all this information. Hello Deb, Unfortunately, there is no way to date the aqua-colored Hemis. In technical terms fired enamelware is an integrated layered composite of glass and another material or more glass. They were made in very large quantities and those colors generally date from to around Donald Stookey Lino Tagliapietra W.
I hope this will help! Enamel was first applied commercially to sheet iron and steel in Austria and Germany in about I am only ONE person and have a regular job. There are many websites that give information on various types of insulators.
However, the factory remained open as a jewelry making operation, producing handcrafted glass beads and Teardrop earrings. World Kitchen Xinyi Glass Zwiesel. Medallion of the Death of the Virgin , with basse-taille enamel. Any more info than I found here would be greatly appreciated. The molten enamel dissolves the iron oxide and precipitates cobalt and nickel.
By , Fenton was putting their logo on all the pieces they made. If you know of a 42 which was made later than , please contact me with the exact date code information. March 17, at
July 12, at 7: Thank you for gathering such a vast amount of information for us glass history buffs! This is a different type of process from the BLOWING of glass, by mouth or by machinery as is done to produce hollow articles such as bottles and jars. December 6, at 9:
December 6, at 9: September 8, at 5: April 28, at 8: Their plans involved laying off 25 employees immediately, and in the following weeks, the rest of their workers would be laid off.
Draw plate File Hammer Mandrel Pliers. Then another layer of crystal was gathered over the frit. Also on the inside where the threads are it is lead what if any is the reasoning behind the lead.
The molten enamel dissolves the iron oxide and precipitates cobalt and nickel. Created by attempting to make a cranberry opalescent that could be used in pressed molds. We purchased a qt mason jar from a flea market with the nov 30th on front. Louis George enamel watch dial.
And thanks for such an informative site! April 20, at 2: A deep purple color.
- For more information, please see a query I received which is posted near the bottom of this page. Shawn, with a ground lip, and in an ordinary aqua color some shade of light blueish-green , your jar most likely dates from sometime in the s era. It is the large insulators.
- Cased glass is made up of different colors in layers. Achromat Dispersion Gradient-index optics Hydrogen darkening Optical amplifier Optical fiber Optical lens design Photochromic lens Photosensitive glass Refraction Transparent materials. Gold Palladium Platinum Rhodium Silver. September 5, at Bog-wood Hair Shell jewelry Toadstone. World Kitchen Xinyi Glass Zwiesel.
Enamel was first applied commercially to sheet iron and steel in Austria and Germany in about July 23, at 8: October 28, at 2:
Would you be able to give an approximation as to when this may have been made. Glass makers and brands. Basically, this would be the proposed interpretation for Hemingrays of this era in clear or off-clear glass: Because of time and energy constraints, I can no longer answer all emails personally, but you can contact me directly at: Hi Laura, The best site on the internet that discusses and lists all or practically all known Hemingray insulator styles and variants is http:
Vitreous enamel has many useful properties: The pattern is on the outside of the bowl, basket, or plate and the edge has two rows of holes around it. Also, check out this page from a article:
List of defunct glassmaking companies. Initially, the work of Meenakari often went unnoticed as this art was traditionally used as a backing for the famous kundan or stone-studded jewellery. The ancient Egyptians applied enamels to stone objects, pottery, and sometimes jewellery, although to the last less often than in contemporaneous cultures in the Near East. In your case the insulator mold was produced in , and the insulator itself was molded in plus 7 dots.