Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle
Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle
Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle

Hawkes Etched Glass and Silver Catsup Bottle

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    Beautifully etched and finely shaped, this exceptional glass bottle by T. G. Hawkes & Co. is perfect for holding one's preferred condiment. Indeed, the bottle is conveniently labeled “Catsup,” the delicious sauce we now know as ketchup. The floral etching and a sterling silver stopper complete this captivating design.

    Started in 1880 by Thomas G. Hawkes, the Hawkes Company was making glass for the White House by 1886. In 1889, two of their cut glass patterns won the Grand Prize in the Paris Exposition. This coveted prize not only brought prestige to Hawkes, but for the first time American glass gained a firm place on the international scene. By the 20th century, American cut glass was world renowned, recognized for its superiority and advanced glass-making methods, with Hawkes' Cut Glass Company providing some of the finest and most inspired pieces of the period.

    Marked “HAWKES SILVER 2216” on stopper

    Circa 1910

    2 3/4" diameter x 7 5/8” high
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    Maker: T.G. Hawkes & Co.
    Period: 20th Century
    Origin:America
    Depth:2.75 Inches
    Diameter:2.75 Inches
    Width:2.75 Inches
    Height:7.625 Inches
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