Design for a bottle or jar
US D18218 S
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09-335 AU 292 gx DESIGN.
T. B. ATTERBURY.
BOTTLE 0R JAR.
No. 18.218. Patented Apr. 8. 1888.
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THOMAS B. ATTERBURY, OF PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA.
DESIGN FOR A BOTTLE OR JAR.
To all whom it may concern.-
Be it known thatl, THOMAS B. ATTERBURY, a citizen oithe United States, residing at Pittsbnrg, in the county of Allegheny and State of 5 Pennsylvania, have invented and produced a new and original Design for Bottles or Jars; and I do declare the following to Dental], clear, and exact description of the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawl ings, forming a part thereof.
My invention relates to designs for glass bottles orjais for holding mustard and other likesubstances; and it consists of a round body portion with a suitable base, the upper portion of the round body terminating in an annular ring or band, forming the base of the neck, and with ornamental leaves or scrolls extending from the base upward nearly to the annular rmg. I
My invention consists, further, of an ornamental cap or cover for the mouth of the bottle or jar.
Figure l is a view in perspective of the jar with the cap in an elevated position. Fig. 2
is a vertical sectional view of the jar with the cover in position.
A is the main body of the jar, and B the base. The body portionA is essentially round in general outline, the upper portion terminating in an annular ring or band, C.
D is the neck portion, which rises from the annular ring or bandC and in a reverse curve to the main body.
E is an annular ring or projection formed on the upper end of the neck. The neck extends 5 upward from the annular ring E to form the mouth of thejar.
H are the ornamental portions ofjar, which consist of a series of leaves or scrolls in relief extending from the base B nearly up to 0 the annular ring 0, said ornaments being placed at intervals, so as not to mar the sym' metry of the main body. The sides of the cap or cover F are fluted, as shown at I, said flhtes extending from an annular bead, K, at the bottom: of the cap up the plain band or portion L at the top of the cap. The top of the cap or cover F is provided with an elevated portion, 1), formed in the center thereof, from which radiate a series of flutes or scal- 5o lops, O.
I claim as my invention- The design for a bottle or jar, composed of the round body portion A, having the ornaments H, annular ring 0, reversely'curved 5 neck- D, and the ledge or projection E, substantially as shown and described.
In testimony whereof Iaflix my signature in presence of two witnesses.
THOMAS B. ATTERBURY.
D. P. BERG, H. J. WENKE.