Three bottles, the two shorter are beautifully shaped and have bakerlite screw lids, dating them from the 1930s. They have beautifully aged, with subtle white swirly patterns inside from ancient contents.
The taller round bottle is a pharmacy bottle with medicine volume measures in Grammes and soup spoons (cuillieres à soups) on the side. This too has age marking inside from the former contents, making this a charming trio for display. It dates from the Victorian period.
The bottles measure 17cm (6.75") 13cm (5.25") and 12cm (5")