Ashbrook Dairy Milk Bottle

Object number

LDVAL 2012.13.1

Date

By 1958 – Before 1965

Description

Bottle produced for Ashbrook Dairy. Made of glass with a tapered neck and ebossed writing. Ashbrook Dairy was based in Ashbrook House, Rainham Road South and was known to be active as a dairy by 1958.

Physical description

Clear glass milk bottle, of a medium size, presumably to store a pint of milk. Embossed text on front and base.

Condition

Good

Type

Agricultural produce

Size

Whole height: 218mm
Diameter: 65mm
Diameter: 22mm

Collection type

Social history

Inscription

Mark Raised Mark Front, Top: Rising Sun
Text Raised Lettering Front, Bottom: ASHBROOK / DAIRY / F&P
Text Raised Lettering Base of Bottle: F&P / 169

Alternative reference

Entry Number E1785 (2012-03-12)

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Metadata
Start dateBy 1958
End dateBefore 1965
InstitutionValence House Museum
TypeAgricultural produce
Collection typeSocial history