Grouping of 10 blown and molded colored glass bottles, several pitkin swirl examples. 1st item – large colorless swirl ribbing and concave smoothed pontil. 2nd item – colorless swirl ribbed bulbous body bottle with plain neck and flaring rim, smooth pontil. 3rd item – amber swirl ribbed bulbous body bottle with plain neck and flaring rim, rough pontil. 4th item – Cobalt ribbed bottle with collar ring and plain neck, flaring rim, smoothed pontil. 5th item – Colorless ribbed bottle with collar ring and plain tapered neck, flaring rim, smooth pontil. 6th item – cobalt swirled ribbed bottle, flaring rim, concentric circles underside, smoothed pontil. 7th item – light green tapered vase with sine wave vertical ribbing, flaring rim, rough pontil. 8th – 10th items – amethyst perfume bottle with swirled ribbing, cobalt perfume bottle with straight ribbing, and a small molded colorless bottle with debossed dot and line design. Bottles ranging from 8 3/4" to 5 1/2" height. Perfumes range from 2 5/8" to 2 1/4" length. 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Overall very good condition with no visible chips or cracks.
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