This bottle is perfect for those collecting vintage depression glass! It’s a beautiful emerald green bottle in excellent condition! If you look at the design on the front of the bottle, you see swags of cameo with dancing girls inside. The pattern is called Cameo. Bottle measures 8″ high, minus the cork.
A bit of interesting history . The first plant in Virginia at the time had a view of the Presidential Estate in Washington D.C., so they adopted, “White House” as their brand name of Vinegar.
On the bottom of the bottle is the WhiteHouse Vinegar words and the Owens Illinois logo, a diamond with a circle and the letter “I” in the middle. The Owens company, “O” merged with the Illinois Glass Company “I” in 1929. Any glass made after 1954 didn’t have the diamond part of the logo, thus this bottle could be between 1929-1954. The number after the logo, in this case “1” without a period indicates bottles were made before the 1940’s. Those with periods after the number were made in the 1940’s and after. The number before the logo, in this case, the number “3” indicates the plant number. Looking up online, it shows that this bottle was made in Huntington, West Virginia starting in 1930. The bottle was made in 1931.
Regarding the cork; the previous owner probably just put it there because it fit! (these bottles didn’t come with stoppers) Bottle can be used as a water bottle for the table, vase for flowers or whatever else you’d like to use it for!