These water bottles were first introduced in 1938 and have been produced, by hand, almost non-stop since that very first year. At the time, the bottle's design was largely dictated by necessity...
With function before form in mind, the 36oz bottles were made to fit into the narrow door shelves of the relatively new “electric icebox”.
The water bottle’s narrow shape with two pouring spouts and center indentation made for easy handling and fit well in those early refrigerator doors.
Today, this piece of glassblowing history is commonly used as a glass pitcher to serve drinks, a colorful flower vase, or a decorative piece that will elevate the character of any room.
- 16oz - 6” H x 5” W
- 36oz - 8” H x 6.5” W
- 100% handmade by Appalachians in West Virginia