clear

mid-late 19th century
circa 18th century
circa 1820-1880
circa 1800-1850
circa 1780-1850
circa 1800-1850
circa 1800
circa 1890
circa 1920
1975
circa 1800-1850
1736-1795
c. 1910-30?

Clear, light aqua colored bottle, molded with the company name on one side: "Imperial Ginger Ale and Soda Water Co., Oakland, Cal." This bottle was found by the donor, Glen Olson, when he was...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

ca. 1890-1930

Probably made in one of the many glass foundries that abounded in Oakland in the late 19th and early 20th century which took advantage of the abundant supply of sand found in the played out coal...

early 1970's

There are two goblets.

Netted Newspaper
1975

Rectangular weaving made of newspaper strips wrapped in plastic; woven through a looping and wrapping method.

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