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(Please see my webpage on the Hemingray Glass Company for more information on Hemingray insulators.) Known as Owens-Illinois, Inc.since 1965, (and officially known as just “O-I” since 2005), this corporation is currently (2018) one of the largest manufacturers of glass containers in the world, if not THE largest. currently operates 19 glass manufacturing facilities within North America.Other brand names used by O-I on insulators include “Lowex” and “Kimble“.Many millions of insulators were made at Muncie, up to 1967.(For more info, please check out the extensive article by Bill Lockhart and Russ Hoenig; link farther down on this page).
The diamond/oval/I mark is by far the most common identification mark on glass containers found in trash dump sites in the United States from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s.
(Photo courtesy of Taylor Mc Burney)" width="640" height="574" data-recalc-dims="1" data-lazy-srcset="https://i1com/ If anyone has information on exactly what year the mark O-I was first used on their bottles, please contact me!
Other marks include “ILLINOIS“, a brand name apparently used for a line of prescription bottles (similar to their bottles marked “OWENS”); “DURAGLAS“, a trademark used after 1940 and which appears embossed on innumerable bottles of many types; and “LOWEX” another brand name which was used for their borosilicate glass forumula employed especially for power line insulators.
many of the liquor flasks made by Owens-Illinois have the “Diamond and Oval with an I” logo embossed sideways on the base of the container.
You can find more info on those bottle base variations by searching the internet with the phrase “liquor bottle permit numbers”.
(Photo courtesy of Taylor Mc Burney)" src="https://i1com/ w=1920&ssl=1 1920w" data-lazy-sizes="(max-width: 640px) 100vw, 640px" data-lazy-src="https://i1com/ (Thanks to Ken Rudd for submitting this photo)." src="https://i0com/ The “O-I” mark shown on this page is on the heel of an emerald green ALE81 soda bottle made in 2011.