That way, there'll be something left to re-animate once the zombie uprising cometh."There is something creepy about people in jars. So just like most everything else people find creepy for various reasons, writers like putting people in jars.
Experimentation, containment, study, incubation, medical reasons or just plain old sucking out their Life Force.
A bottle closure is, simply stated, the device that seals the contents inside of a bottle, protecting those contents from dust, spilling, evaporation, and/or from the atmosphere itself (Munsey 1970; Jones & Sullivan 1989).
The finish and closure are interrelated entities of any bottle.
Then, using more glue spots, I wrapped the strips around the jar.
The use of bottles - and the need for varied closures to seal them - arose with an expanding city based market and even then for just a few types of bottled goods - primarily liquor, wine, and patent medicines in the early 19th century.
I designed some labels to print off and put the wording on the ovals and the second is blank so you can add whatever you want.
I think I made the images large enough that you should just be able to print them from clicking on the image.
As cities and relative affluence spread, the market and demand for bottled goods increased rapidly.
At the same time, the expansion of the ever growing population into the farming regions of the Midwest created a need for methods and equipment to preserve foods. With the expansion of these demands came the need for suitable containers all of which had to be properly sealed to function.