Two unembossed medicine bottles, the one on the right retaining its hand-written label and remnants of brown contents.
Gillard’s (larger bottle, left) and Lea & Perrin’s sauce bottles, both embossed with company name and bearing the remnants of red and white labels. Both would have had glass stoppers held in place by a cork ring.
Two brown-glass Scotch Whisky bottles, with remnants of labels in red, black and gold.
Large and small cream stoneware ink bottles. The two on the left may have contained ticket or label ink. The large one was a master ink, made by Doulton, Lambeth (stamped bottom right). It was found to be broken but seems to have been discarded intact. The scale is in...