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The original recipe for HP Sauce was invented and developed by Frederick Gibson Garton, a grocer from Nottingham. He registered the name H.P. Sauce in 1895. Garton called the sauce HP because he had heard that a restaurant in the Houses of Parliament had begun serving it. HP Sauce is a popular brown sauce (steak sauce) by HP Foods, now produced by H.J. Heinz.

Clear glass bottle. GARTONS HP SAUCE is embossed on the side, the letter, L, is embossed on the bottom. I believe this bottle to be handblown into a mold, as some of the modeling of the glass appears as such. I did gently wash this item, but left a bit of the rust/grime intact for character. I'm sure with a little muscle, all the remaining grime can be removed. I personally like them with a little "character!"

Measures ~8.25" X 1.75" and in excellent condition.