4 Soft-Drink Bottles

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4 Soft-Drink Bottles

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Object Name: 
4 Soft-Drink Bottles
Accession Number: 
61.6.52
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1958
Credit Line: 
Gift of Dorothy Blair
Primary Description: 
(A) Colorless glass; mold-blown. Collared rim, short neck spreading to cylindrical body; mold-blown panels for colorful silk-screen label, with Arabic script; flat base; pebbly surface; labels: fruit symbol, and, below: "Kama-Fruit"; two crossed flags and a two-line inscription on slightly concave base, a molded symbol in center "S", apparently for the Sabah Bottling Company, and below, "59". (B) Colorless glass; mold-blown. Collared rim, short neck spreading to cylindrical body; mold-blown panels for colorful silk-screen label, with Arabic script; flat base; labels with leaping white deer in blue oval and, below, four lines of Arabic script and "Bottled by Al-Sabah Bottling and Cold Storage Company, Kuwait. This bottle is the property of the bottlers"; molded in the base: "5 S K/59". (C) Colorless glass; mold-blown. Collared rim, short neck spreading to cylindrical body; mold-blown panels for colorful silk-screen label, with Arabic script; flat base; labels in red, white and blue, with Arabic script, a leaping deer, and "Kia-era". (D) Colorless glass; mold-blown. Collared rim, short neck spreading to cylindrical body; mold-blown panels for colorful silk-screen label, with Arabic script; flat base; labels in red and white with Arabic script inscriptions; on the back: "8 S A/58".
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