A Hulstkamp Zoon & Molijn Deceptive Gin Glass c1890

Heading : A Hulstkamp Zoon & Molijn deceptive gin glass
Period : c1890
Origin : Dutch 
Colour : Clear 
Bowl : Deceptive round funnel; engraved with "Hulstkamp's oude Schiedammer"
Stem : Barley Twist
Foot : Conical
Pontil : Gadget tool mark
Glass Type : Lead 
Size :  13.8cm height,  4.6cm diameter bowl, 6.85cm diameter foot 
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks 
Restoration : None 
Weight:  109 grams 

Hulstkamp (Hulstkamp and Zoon & Molijn, in full) was a Rotterdam distillery established in 1823 from the firm Hulstkamp & Hoogeweegen.

On January 1, 1818, Joannes Hoogeweegen associated herself with Jacob Hulstkamp and the "Society for doing trade in wines, brandies and distilled waters Hendrik en Jan Hoogeweegen", founded in 1777, was continued under the name: "Hulstkamp & Hoogeweegen".

Due to the poor health of Hoogeweegen, it was later decided to take on the accountant of the firm, Daniël Molijn, as well as Jan Lodewijk Hulstkamp (son of Jacob) as new partners in the firm. From March 3, 1823, the business was continued under the name "Hulstkamp & Zoon & Molijn".

In the 1940s, Hulskamp also founded a potato flour factory and syrup factory on the Rotte under Hillegersberg .

The company also had branches abroad, such as in Brussels (1890), Düsseldorf (1900) and Poland . In 1914 a branch was also opened in the jenever city of Schiedam . In 1909 the liqueur distillery "BA van Dorp" was taken over.

In 1919 an office building was purchased from the bankruptcy of the company Laming & Sons on the Maaskade in Rotterdam, which is still called the Hulstkamp building .

In 1979 the company was taken over by Bols .

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