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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