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borosilicate flasks: this type of flask is made from a soft (or translucent) type of glass known as borosilicate glass. this soft glass was used for the production of light-weight equipment at the time. (noordsy 2003; mckearin & wilson 1978). bottles and flasks could be single patterned like the above pennsylvania borosilicate piece pictured to the left or double patterned like the attached pittsburgh borosilicate flask. both were patterned in the upper 40% of the body and the lower 60% on the ground portion and were double patterned around the bottom of the vase (or bottle); like a swirled pitkin flask; this was possible because the borosilicate glass was still thick enough to blow into the mold with reasonable success. (mckearin & wilson 1978). borosilicate flask bases were typically smooth or impressed a dimple for pouring. the ends of the glass vase or bottle were flared in some cases and may have either a sharp or stepped rippled pendant rim. most likely formed in the late 1840s or early 1850s, the example pictured to the right dates to the 1860s.
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-yelton hobbs, author, watchmaking historian
scroll flasks: scroll flasks were produced in large numbers between about 1854 and 1889 (we know this from the time period they were made), but nearly all have been worn out. today, about 80% of flasks that have been found have been used (others broken). as trade shifted from the country to the cities, so did the manufacture and use of flasks. (noordsy 2003) because of the amount of glass required, larger areas were needed and glass was transported on ships where it was cut into sheets. these sheeted glass was shipped via ox and mules to glassworks to be used for the manufacture of flasks. it is quite likely that many of the flasks would have been made by these glassworks, but most definitely at the large glasshouses. between the period of production and their use, they went through at least three distinct changes. the first was the dark violet color; the second was in the smooth (greenish) glass; and, third was the style of double pattern that we see today. (noordsy 2003).
the link below shows the single, double, and triple pattern flasks (pottery) produced in the u.k. at the thames glassworks in pimlico, london between 1850 and 1890. almost all of these flasks and vases are no longer in use and many were broken before their use. an example of a single pattern flask is pictured to the left and the double patterned flasks are pictured to the right. there was a similar plant in louisville, ky that also produced flasks of similar design and a similar color (possible this was a gls/laroy plant). it is likely that the glassworks in louisville was primarily used for broken flasks and vases. louisville glassworks are the cause of the type of double pattern referred to earlier. (noordsy 2003).