We are not certain how many EAPG patterns were made in these bottles for
personal uses. But we are pretty sure that this might be the
place on the internet where you'll find the most from the Victorian era.

It is possible that these may not tolerate the long term occupancy of
the chemicals in perfumes, it might be a better idea to use
them to hold liquid bubble bath or simply colored dry salts
to give color to your Vanity table top.

And be careful not to leave liquid to dry in the stopper area.

5 3/4" tall to the stopper top. The patterned stopper has been
repaired but is intact.
BLOCK aka Late Block by Geo Duncan & sons. It is their pattern #331. This is 6 1/4" tall to the top of the patterned stopper,
seen HERE.      $45
FINECUT is the closest pattern we can find for the pattern of this set of Cologne & Perfume bottles. they are
5 1/2" & 4" tall to stopper tops. Set of 2 $58

CORDOVA scent bottle.
Original stopper. Made
by the O'Hara Glass
Co. ca. 1890. $38
HARVARD YARD aka Harvard #1 was made by Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1890s. It is 5 3/4" tall without the stopper. $75
HECK aka Double Prism is a pattern made by Model Flint Co.. ca. 1893. It is 6" tall. Stopper may or may not be original. $45
THOUSAND EYE by Richards & Hartley ca. 1885. This 7" tall to stopper top. It is advertised as both a cruet & as a cologne bottle. See Ad picture HERE. $55

THOUSAND EYE by Tarentum. It is 7" tall to top of the stopper.
See Ad in Lucas' Tarentum Glass Book HERE.
Made 1875 - 1893

This is a 7 1/2" tall bottle. See the patterned stopper HERE & HERE. It was made to look like the Rose in Snow pattern in the mid- 20th century.  $45

aka Verona was made by Tarentum Glass Co. ca. 1910. It is 7 1/4" tall to the top of the patterned stopper. $55
(our name) It is 6" tall & said to be French made. See a close-up of the stopper HERE.
called a Scent Barber Bottle or Cologne. It is Fostoria's #1460; 4 1/2" tall w/ a pointed metal stopper in the original cork. $52

pattern by Gillinder
ca. 1888. It is 6 1/2" tall to stopper top. Original stopper. $45
pattern by Gillinder
ca. 1888. Bulbous shape.
It is 6 1/2" to stopper top.
This is a MT. WASHINGTON Colonial ware Art Glass perfume atomizer w/ Dresden floral decoration - signed 2343. It is 5" tall.
See also HERE. $65

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