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Cake Decorator

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Material
METAL\ALLOY-COPPER;
Description
Metal cake decorator cylindrical in shape. There is a yellow tapered metal tip attached to the cylinder main part. Attached at opposite sides near the end of the cylinder section are two looped finger grasps. At the end of the cylinder section is a round cap with a rod-like plunger in the middle. T…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Metal cake decorator cylindrical in shape. There is a yellow tapered metal tip attached to the cylinder main part. Attached at opposite sides near the end of the cylinder section are two looped finger grasps. At the end of the cylinder section is a round cap with a rod-like plunger in the middle. The plunger moves back and forth and has a gold ring on the end.
History Of Use
Metal cake decorator. Presumably, frosting, etc.would be put in cylinder portion of cake decorator and plunger would be depressed to eject contents for decorating.
Material
METAL\ALLOY-COPPER;
Length
26.5
Diameter
Top: 0.5 Base: 3
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1990.124.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Cake Decorator

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Material
FABRIC-COTTON;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
1984.3.7a: Is a heavy cotton cone icing bag with a small opening at the bottom. This would be filled with cake icing which would then be pressed down towards the open decorative tip. 1984.3.7b: Is a light weight, turned wooden handle, open at both ends, and shaped to fit into a hand. The cloth cone…
Original Owner
Arthur J Campbell
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD SERVICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1943
End Date
1952
Period or Date Notes
Taken from donor sheet
Description
1984.3.7a: Is a heavy cotton cone icing bag with a small opening at the bottom. This would be filled with cake icing which would then be pressed down towards the open decorative tip. 1984.3.7b: Is a light weight, turned wooden handle, open at both ends, and shaped to fit into a hand. The cloth cone fits through the handle with the small tip at the bottom end. 1984.3.7c: Is a metal icing tip used to ice cakes
Narrative
1984.3.7c fits quite tightly in the icing bag so hard to tell if it is fixed in there or separate.
7/11/2016
Material
FABRIC-COTTON;
METAL / ALLOY - UNKNOWN
WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Number Of Parts
3
Accession No.
1984.3.7 a-c
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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CAKE MOLD

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Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN;
Description
Grey metal BUNDT cake pan. Pan is circular with a raised section in the middle.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Grey metal BUNDT cake pan. Pan is circular with a raised section in the middle.
History Of Use
Round cake mold used for baking cakes. Presumably this pan was used in the home of William Billeter who moved to the B.V. in 1920 and farmed in the Driftwood Valley until moving into a house in town in 1953. A cake pan such as this one can be found in 19
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN;
Height
7
Diameter
Outside: 17
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1980.0130.0002
Photograph or Negative No.
None
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
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Cake Mold

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Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; ENAMEL;
Description
Round two tone gray cake pan with center piece. (Metal with gray enamel).
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Round two tone gray cake pan with center piece. (Metal with gray enamel).
Material
METAL/ALLOY-UNKNOWN; ENAMEL;
Height
10
Diameter
Top: 20
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1980.183.2
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Cake Pan

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Material
METAL/ALLOY-ALUMINUM;
Description
Round aluminum cake pan with center tube attached. Printed on pan is 'SWANS DOWN CAKE PAN PAT. DEC. 18 23 E. KATZINGER CO. CHICAGO LICENSED MFRS SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR MAKES BETTER CAKES.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Round aluminum cake pan with center tube attached. Printed on pan is 'SWANS DOWN CAKE PAN PAT. DEC. 18 23 E. KATZINGER CO. CHICAGO LICENSED MFRS SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR MAKES BETTER CAKES.
History Of Use
Aluminum cake pan used for baking cakes. A cake pan such as this one can be found in 1902 Sears Catalogue, p. 589.
Material
METAL/ALLOY-ALUMINUM;
Height
9.4
Diameter
Outside: 22
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1981.24.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Cake Mix Box

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Description
Round container (a) with lid (b) for "Lallemand's Yeast Cakes". Packaging has a picture of a chicken titled with "Raises the Dough of the Finest Bread"
Title
Lallemand's Yeast Cakes
Manufacturer
Fred A. Lallemand & Company
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Sub-Category
MERCHANDISING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Place Of Manufacture
Canada
Canada: Toronto, Ontario
Canada: Montreal, Quebec
Description
Round container (a) with lid (b) for "Lallemand's Yeast Cakes". Packaging has a picture of a chicken titled with "Raises the Dough of the Finest Bread"
Number Of Parts
2
Accession No.
1996.191.1 a-b
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Needle

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Material
METAL-STEEL; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Description
This item looks like a screw driver, it flattens on the end and then comes to a point with a hole in it like the eye of a needle. It is 22cm long in all. The handle is made of wood.
Title
Stock Needle
Other Names
Leather Awl
Trussing Needle
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
LEATHER, HORN, SHELLWORKING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
This item looks like a screw driver, it flattens on the end and then comes to a point with a hole in it like the eye of a needle. It is 22cm long in all. The handle is made of wood.
Narrative
The size and sturdy construction indicate it was likely used as a trussing needle by a butcher to stitch poulty and other roasts before cooking. Alternatively, it may have been used as an awl to stitch leather.
History Of Use
This item was found with a tag that states that it is 200 years old.
Material
METAL-STEEL; WOOD-UNKNOWN;
Length
22
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1971.76.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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BASKET

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Material
WOOD-BARK (CHERRY); WOOD-ROOT (SPRUCE); WOOD-WILLOW;
Description
Light colour woven basket with a geometric design, fashioned in light, medium and dark bark strips. Sturdy base is smaller in circumference but has a wider rim. It has a wrapped twine design along the rim.
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Light colour woven basket with a geometric design, fashioned in light, medium and dark bark strips. Sturdy base is smaller in circumference but has a wider rim. It has a wrapped twine design along the rim.
History Of Use
No known history on the donor. From past cataloguing, it was stated that this basket was made by the Interior Salish, possibly the Lilloet. The design is made with Cherry Bark and Spruce root. Large, covered rectangular storage baskets are made with slat foundations. The Salish technique was such that if the basket was soaked, it would become water tight and could be used in a method of cooking which utilized hot stones place in the container.
Material
WOOD-BARK (CHERRY); WOOD-ROOT (SPRUCE); WOOD-WILLOW;
Height
17
Depth
15
Diameter
Base: 20 Outside: 25
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1971.90.3
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
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Beater

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Material
METAL-STEEL;
Description
Metal hand mixer consisting of three parts. a) The first part is the turning mechanism which is housed in a circular metal case with a red push button on the side which increases or decreases the speed of the beaters. On top of the circular case is a red handle clamp. There is a metal handle whic…
Other Names
Hand Mixer
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
Metal hand mixer consisting of three parts. a) The first part is the turning mechanism which is housed in a circular metal case with a red push button on the side which increases or decreases the speed of the beaters. On top of the circular case is a red handle clamp. There is a metal handle which turns the beaters on the opposite side of the pushbutton. Two metal beaters are suspended from the circular metal case piece.Printed on the case is '2-SPEEDS SUPER MIXER NATIONAL DIE CASTING CO. PAT. PEND. 600-N-ALBANY-AVE-CHICAGO-U.S.A.' b) This is attached to a rod-like metal stand. The rod-like stand fits into a metal base in the shape of a capital letter 'I'. c) Attached on top of the base and below the beaters is a metal disc which rotates. 600-N-ALBANY-AVE-CHICAGO-U.S.A.'
History Of Use
Metal hand mixer given to Mrs. Bayson by Charlie Sieh because the Bayson family had no electricity on their farm on Newens Road. The Bayson family farmed in the Bulkley Valley from 1924-1979. Charlie Sieh, who was originally from the U.S., farmed cattl
Material
METAL-STEEL;
Height
b) 20.7 c) 2
Width
a) 14 b) 12.7
Length
a) 27.5 b) 17.3
Diameter
c) 15.1
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Number Of Parts
3
Accession No.
1985.9.1 a-c
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS
Description
A small, wide clear heavy glass bottle. There is a hair like design all over the body and the collar of the bottle is flat. The outside of the bottle is divided into 6 flat surface sections, one of which has a raised smooth section. Around the centre is a double line of clear raise ridges. The bott…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, wide clear heavy glass bottle. There is a hair like design all over the body and the collar of the bottle is flat. The outside of the bottle is divided into 6 flat surface sections, one of which has a raised smooth section. Around the centre is a double line of clear raise ridges. The bottom of the bottle has two raised, ridge rings around the outside . The bottom of the bottom is marked with a "D" inside a diamond and a '4' below it. There appears to be no lid for this bottle.
Material
GLASS
Height
9.2 cm
Diameter
Bottom 3.9 cm Top 4.5 cm
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1992.7.33
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS
Description
The object is a tall, dark green cylindrical wine bottle. The lip is rounded and the sealing surface is flat and tapers inward. Below this is a ring like a skirt. The neck is long and bubbles out over the center before curving into the rounded shoulders. The body tapers slightly in towards the bas…
Other Names
Wine bottle
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1880
End Date
1890 ( 2pc. seam to lip)
Period or Date Notes
Glass in Canada p. 246
Description
The object is a tall, dark green cylindrical wine bottle. The lip is rounded and the sealing surface is flat and tapers inward. Below this is a ring like a skirt. The neck is long and bubbles out over the center before curving into the rounded shoulders. The body tapers slightly in towards the base. Object is made from a two piece mold. There are small air bubbles throughout the glass.
Narrative
Entered in Numerical Artifact card file and 1990 Artifact catalogue sheet
Material
GLASS
Height
30.75 cm
Circumference
27 cm (@ shoulder
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1990.14.1
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unsealed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unsealed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass testing bottle. Presumably used at the Telkwa Creamery which was in operation from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
Outside: 3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 b
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass bottle presumably used at the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge the butterfat rose to the top.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
Outside: 3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 c
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
Narrative
Glass bottle that was used at the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969.
History Of Use
Glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge the butterfat rose to the top.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 d
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass bottle that was presumably used at the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge the butterfat rose to the surface.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 e
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass bottle that was presumably used in the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge the butterfat rose to the surface.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 f
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass bottle which was presumably used in the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge the butterfat rose to the surface.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 g
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in black) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' through '8'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo showing a stylized Maple Leaf with 'CS' inside the design. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass bottle that was presumably used in the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge the butterfat rose to the surface.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.2
Diameter
Outside: 3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 h
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in white) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' to '10'. On the front of th…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders and a long, very slim straight neck. The neck has a narrow, flared lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings (in white) from bottom to top, graduated (in 1's) from '0' to '10'. On the front of the bottle is a small, oval greyish patch which is designed to be written on.
History Of Use
Glass bottle that was presumably used in the Telkwa Creamery which operated from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge, the butterfat rose to the surface.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.4
Diameter
Outside: 3.7
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.2 i
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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Bottle

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Material
GLASS;
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, straight neck. The neck has a narrow, rounded lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings from bottom to top, graduated (in 5's) from '0' through '50'. At the left of the '50' is '18G…
Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR MATERIALS
Sub-Category
FOOD PROCESSING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Description
A small, glass bottle with a short body, gently sloping shoulders, and a long, straight neck. The neck has a narrow, rounded lip at the top, and the glass is unseamed. The neck also has measure markings from bottom to top, graduated (in 5's) from '0' through '50'. At the left of the '50' is '18G'. On the bottom back of the bottle's body is a logo: 'G R'. On the front is a hexagonal, greyish patch which is designed to be written on. There are faint numbers visible on this patch. Below this is a small, faint 'USA' printed in small dots, and below this is 'K'.
History Of Use
Glass bottle that was presumably used at the Telkwa Creamery from 1939-1969. Apparently glass test-tube-like bottles such as this one were filled with cream and put in a centrifuge. As the tubes spun in the centrifuge, the butterfat rose to the top.
Material
GLASS;
Height
16.3
Diameter
Outside: 3.5
Units Of Measurement
Centimeters
Accession No.
1983.23.3 c
Type of Record
Museum Artifact

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