For example, there is information pertinent to dating a bottle on virtually every website page.
The title of any given page gives the predominant theme of that page and would be the first place to start when pursuing information on that particular subject.
This website now has a permanent home courtesy of the Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA). This entire website is essentially a "key" - albeit a complex one - to the dating and typing (typology) of historic bottles.
This resource is for educational use and its contents may not be reproduced without permission.Only a portion of SFMOMA's collection is currently online, and the information presented here is subject to revision.Please contact us at [email protected] verify collection holdings and artwork information.Please note that artwork locations are subject to change, and not all works are on view at all times.If you are planning a visit to SFMOMA to see a specific work of art, we suggest you contact us at [email protected] confirm it will be on view.This very large complex of pages includes bottle type specific sub-pages with extensive style based dating information, including complete scans of 5 different early 20th century (1906 to 1933) bottle makers catalogs spanning the mouth-blown to machine-made bottle manufacturing era!