Here is a pretty cool jar I came across...a bit tough to find them with clear glass....
Very cool-I've always seen them in aqua.
I'd like one in both options Very interesting logo!
I just found an Amber Masonís CFJ Jar that is also an actual butter churn. Was this common and something I should add to my collection? Or is this just a homemade craft?
Last edited by Raypadua; 09-30-2018 at 11:34 PM.
Originally Posted by Raypadua
I just found an Amber Mason’s CFJ Jar that is also an actual butter churn. Was this common and something I should add to my collection? Or is this just a homemade craft?
I'd pick it up if the price is right. It's certainly not common, I don't think I've seen one before. The churn was probably sold separately from the jar, but probably not homemade per se.
Thanks CB! Iíll pick it up on Wednesday and post a pic!
You seem to know about these things. I can't tell what is what. I don't know if some are agate, porcelain or what. I have a screwy looking marble with a swirl, and a section that looks like it has a...
Ah yes that's the perfect spot for finding old dumps then. Definitely keep poking around, you never know what you might find there!
Yeah I'm the same, I much prefer somewhere off in the woods over anything urban unless it's a very isolated riverbank or gully. I've never done a privy dig either, they seem to be pretty rare in...
Ahh that makes sense, I'm used to etching that's a lot more transparent than that. They appear to be the real deal in that case (unless someone corrects me on that) and a very good find!
Hi, Your bottle is a familiar form in Europe and is usually associated with cherry based maraschino liqueurs.
Several companies used this style of bottle with applied seals, Drioli and Luxardo...
I've never seen anything like that. Where did you acquire it? I'm wondering if it might come from Eastern Europe because it looks so unusual even compared to old Western European bottles.
Afraid I don't know, this was back in the early 70s. It was just west of town on both the north and south sides of highway 62.