The Root Glass Company of Terre Haute, Indiana, created the contour bottle -- so distinctive it could be recognized in the dark. There is even a historical marker at the site of the former Root Glass Factory in Terre Haute to commemorate the
The original design of the contour bottle (seen here) was a bit wider than the contour bottle you know. We had to narrow it to meet the specifications of the bottling equipment. One of these prototype bottles is on display at the World of
Though patented in 1915, the contour bottle was introduced to the public in 1916.
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