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These jars are not considered very rare; however, the displayers have only seen two and know of one other.
A representative of the Corning Company advised us that the company was unsatisfied by the finished product and this may be the reason for their relative rarity.
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The Jar displayed is one of the 6-8 known specimens, all quarts, and was made sometime during the period of 1869 - 1883.
During this time they manufactured a limited range of Jars and Insulators when compared to some of the other manufacturers.Although the Corning Glass Works has been in existence since 1868, the Pyrex patent was not issued until 1919, and the trademark was not granted until 1925.The plant still operates and is currently one of the leading manufacturers of fiber optic cables. Several types of insulators were manufactured by Corning including the largest single piece glass insulator ever made. The Jar was supposedly manufactured from 1924 through the late 1930's for Smalley, Kivlin and Onthank, Boston, Massachusetts who were Jar Jobbers.Very little else is known about the early years of the company. Its shape is distinctly European with the two arms.We do, however, have information dated 1939 which lists a Paris address and indicates that at that time they were manufacturing Insulators in glass for all tensions, bottles and "Durfor" preserve bottles. Approximately 30 different styles of Folembray insulators have been found in various European countries.
The Insulator displayed is a CD-106 and was manufactured between late 1920 and early 1923. The Jar's displayed were manufactured most likely in the mid to late 1920's and early 1930's and that there are two different types of closures.