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#1 Posted : 4/29/2015 6:27:26 PM(EST)
Armanisaromas

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hello, I'm wondering which labels will work best for Libbey interlude jars? Please help!
#2 Posted : 4/30/2015 8:42:52 AM(EST)
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Can you provide some additional details on what you are trying to do? Are you wanting to put the label on the lid or on the middle section / body of the jar?

Does the jar look something like the image at the link below?

http://www.newdirections.../images/Interlude_lo.jpg

I see the main body of an interlude jar is curved. Labeling a curved or compound surface is very can be very challenging. I don't think that we have anything that is made specifically for this type of jar so labeling this jar with one of our standard products would likely end up in the label looking wrinkled after you apply it.

Here is an interesting video on labeling compound surfaces. I think it will help you to see some of the challenges of labeling a double curved surface.

http://www.consolidatedl...ideos/tapered-container/

From what I can tell, I feel that labeling the body of jar would likely require a label specifically made for the purpose. We do have the ability to create custom label shapes (higher pricing would apply). Let me know more details on your goals and I can help provide some additional feedback.

Dave C.
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#3 Posted : 4/30/2015 10:18:29 AM(EST)
Armanisaromas

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Yes! Want to put it on the body of the jar. Middle section.
#4 Posted : 4/30/2015 2:35:25 PM(EST)
Dave Carmany


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If you want to send us a sample of jar, we would be happy to review it and recommend a label. As I mentioned, it will likely require a custom shape label if you want to apply the label to the body of the jar and not have any wrinkles.

Our standard round and rectangular labels will have a wrinkle in them after applied to the double curved surface. A small label may work and may not have recognizable wrinkles.

Let us know how you would like to proceed.

Thanks.

Dave C.

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