Sea Glass Identification

by Robin
(Harbor Oregon, Curry County)

Sea Glass Identification?

Sea Glass Identification?

This is the photo of the glass I was hoping someone could help me identify.


Some markings, but I am not that schooled in glass marks.

Thanks,
Robin

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Super Identification Answer
by: David and Lin @ Odyssey Sea Glass

Thanks so much David for aiding in identifying this sea glass shard.

We recommend your web site for all bottle mark identifications.

Sea Glass Identification - emerald green base shard
by: David Whitten

Hi,
You have found a partial base shard of an Owens-Illinois Glass Company bottle (hard to know what it held).

The vaguely oval-shaped logo is that of Owens-Illinois, used from 1929 into the mid and late 1950s.

It is quite worn down, so rather hard to make out.

The glass color is the typical "emerald green" or "7-up bottle green" made by Owens-Illinois in large quantities, used for GOBS of different styles and shapes of bottles.

You can see several different slight variations of this mark on my Owens-Illinois Glass Company webpage at http://GlassBottleMarks.com .

Take care,

David

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