Why Old Poison Bottles Had Textured Glass


Why Old Poison Bottles Had Textured Glass

#shorts #scinews #science news #science #science max #poison bottles #victorian era #textured glass #bottle collecting #bottle history In the 1800s, chemists and glassmakers created uniquely shaped and textured poison bottles to prevent dangerous mix-ups in the dark before electric lighting was common. Distinctive textures, colors and designs like skulls, coffins and diamonds provided a tactile warning if grasped in low light. This helped combat rampant accidental poisoning of people who couldn’t read labels. The striking appearance also fascinated children, leading the bottles to be made plainer over time.

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