This ClipArt gallery offers 40 illustrations of containers created to hold liquid, such as jugs and bottles.
An atomizer nozzle is a kind of nozzle for producing a fine spray of a liquid based on the Venturi Effect.…
During the War of 1812, James Biddle was first lieutenant in USS Wasp. He led the boarding party against…
A hemispherical vessel, wider than it is deep, used for holding food or fluids.
A cup or vessel for liquids, in modern times made of metal.
large can for transporting milk
An airtight container, usually made of tin-coated iron, in which foods or beverages are preserved.
This oil can is large in diameter, featuring a narrowed spout.
An illustration of a cheese-tub.
An earthen vessel; a pot or pitcher; a cup.
An illustration of a cream crock.
An illustration of a "silver Medal-cup (The medals are all of the Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel.)"…
A cup or ladle.
The folding tube minimized the unused portion of the tube by folding the tube up on itself. The tube…
This soap dispenser is a device that when triggered dispenses a set amount of soap.
An illustration of a hoop for flat cheese.
This ice chest is used in the storage of ice in order to maintain a cool temperature for drinks and…
This modern inkstand is made with an adjustable stopper. It is used to store ink for writing.
This modern glass inkstand has a sloping bottom and a revolving cover. It is used to store ink for writing.
This old inkstand used to store ink for writing.
This old horn inkstand is made for the pocket. It is made in the shape of a horn to hold ink for writing.
A metallic vessel with a wide mouth, used for heating and boiling water or other liquor.
A vessel used for shipping milk in.
A small-top milking pail, with a large hood to keep dirt and other contaminants out.
A small-top milking pail, with a small hood to keep dirt and other contaminants out.
A small-top milk pail, with no hood.
An illustration of a cheese mold.
An illustration of a single cheese mold.
Sauce pan with lid.
An illustration of a milk pan.
A large metallic or earthen vessel.
An illustration of a milk sieve.
A large basin or cistern for storing water.
Bottle caps, or "closures", are used to seal the openings of bottles of many types.
An open wooden vessel formed with staves, heading and hoops.
A vessel of various forms, usually largest in the middle, and furnished with a foot or pedestal.
An illustration of an urn.
An illustration of a "sacred water vessel of zuni indians." -Jenks, 1911