Coffee syrup bottle

Front view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulded shape of a spout and handle. Side view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulding seam running down the edge. Rear view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the hammered style finish. Side view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulding seam running down the edge. Underside view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulded inscription on the round base. Top view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the flat topped lid. Top view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the lid removed to expose a screw thread on the neck.
Front view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulded shape of a spout and handle. Side view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulding seam running down the edge. Rear view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the hammered style finish. Side view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulding seam running down the edge. Underside view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the moulded inscription on the round base. Top view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the flat topped lid. Top view of a Flip syrup bottle showing the lid removed to expose a screw thread on the neck.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 005633
Country
Date
1957 (circa)

Description

A small coffee pot shaped bottle designed to contain a flavoured syrup. The bottle replicates a hammered finish and has a small brown screw cap. The words 'Flip' and 'London' are moulded on the side. The design was patented in the USA by Edward Hack of Flip Limited in 1957.
Designers & Manufacturers
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Manufacturer
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Inscriptions

moulded: "reg no. 882344"
Dimensions
Width
60mm
Height
80mm
Depth
35mm
Method Note
bottle
lid
Colour Note
light and dark