Red Heritage Decanter – 1958

This bottle was used to feature our fine Six Year Old Applejack in an entirely new gift package. The bottle was made of rare, solid ruby glass, which was produced with pure gold. It had the famous West Virginia crackled effect and was hand-blown with the finest care and skill of the blowers’ art. The

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Stoneware Two Handled Jug

The good old American institution, a stoneware jug, has been well designed in the Laird quart with two handles. It stands nine inches in height, and was first introduced in the thirties. The upper half and handles are glazed in oatmeal color with a dark brown glaze on the lower portion. Slight variations may appear

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Glass Two Handled Jug – 1948

In 1948, a handled jug of glass was introduced to the line. It was short lived as the public seemed to find the original stoneware types more to their liking. The upper portions and handles are creamy white glass with dark brown glaze on the lower half. The jug stands nine inches in height.

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Apple Jug

An appealing apple shaped clear glass jug is appropriately embossed with a leaf design around the neck. In the late twenties this bottle was used for apple cider and hundreds of thousands were sold. Some collectors have been fortunate to find the twin to this jug, which was made in an amber color and was

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