Doesn’t happen much, but it’s a subtle transition. This thick-walled clear glass bottle stands 8-3/8” tall and holds 8 oz (230ml, about). Measures 1-7/8” square at the bottom and rounds up to shoulder about 1-1/2” below the black-plastic, gasketed screw cap.
Short N’awlins bass player? Nope, just a short (2” tall) 16-sided glass jar with a gasketed, safety-button screw cap. Holds 3.5 oz and measures approx 3-1/2” across, flat side to flat side. The lid says “refrigerate after opening,” but we’re pretty sure you can go ahead and ignore that.
A clear-glass, heat-resistant, volumetric flask with a ground glass neck
and mating glass stoppers. These flasks are calibrated either at 500ml
or 1000ml depending on which size you need. Both are around 12" tall.
Not into lab work? Try it for techie salad dressings! Ain't surplus
Not a spec of plastic in sight with this clear glass jar with a red metal button quick-screw cap. Handy for storing buttons, screws & nails, sand and rocks from all your vacation locations, a small marble collection or for DIY wedding party favors.. Holds 220ml, which is spitting distance from 7-1/2 oz. Measures 2-1/2" dia x 3-3/4" tall.
Squeeze ’em real tight and put up to 8 oz of liquid in these green glass containers originally intended to be olive oil bottles. The push-on tops cover a shaker nozzle and have an internal plug that would have kept the oil from oxidizing. And if you're feeling crafty instead of culinary, replace the cap with a cork for character. Measure 8-3/8” tall x 1-3/4” square.
Clear glass, holds 13 ounces and measures approx 5” tall x 3” dia with a 2-1/4” ID mouth and a plastic gasketed brown screw cap. Like a small peanut-butter jar from before they used plastic, which some of us can even remember.
Inside very real clear glass nail polish bottles, which will appear empty to non-believers. Measure 1-1/2” tall x 1-3/16” in a slightly rounded square, with a 9/32” ID mouth holding a shiny silver applicator brush cap with 1/2” nylon bristles.
We’ve never seen anything quite like these little clear glass vials, which means they
must have myriad uses, particularly at this price. The large one is 1-3/4” tall
x 15/16” dia with a shoulder and a 1/2” ID lipped mouth on the top, leading
into a 1” deep conical cavity. The bottom has a 5/8” mouth, with an internal
lip, and opens into a cavity around the little conical reservoir. So you can
fill either end. Which would hold maybe a couple of ccs one way, or 1/4 oz the
other way. The little one is the same, but is 1-9/16” tall x 5/8” dia and a
1/4” ID mouth on top, 7/16” on the bottom. We’re thinking obscure lab
experiments, or chimneys for streetlamps in model railroads. Or something.
Call them square-ish, these clear glass jars with their blue plastic gasketed screw caps. They're just screaming to store your glitter, loose change, marbles, paper clips, receipts, rubber bands, sea glass or sand art. They have a 2-5/16" ID mouth and measure 6-3/8" tall x 3-9/16" dia with a capacity of 750ml. That's the same as a bottle of wine, or approx 25-1/3 oz.
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