This is set of 3 antique apothecary gilded bottles with very thick heavy cranberry colored glass.
1) One is numbered on the inside of the rim "138." The gilding on the front once said "shampoo." You can see the beginning of the S, but the rest has faded away. The gilding that would have been around the neck has also since faded away. On this same bottle there is a small chip under the rim of the neck and also another spot that looks like a chip, but is internal within the glass (to the touch it feels smooth and intact). It is the tallest bottle by about a 1/4". It is 5" tall X 2-1/4" wide x 2-1/4" deep.
2) The second bottle is gilded "Lotion." There is a small amount of gilding left around the neck, but most has faded away. There is a flea bite or tiny chip on the edge of the rim and some very minor flea bites. It is 4-3/4" tall X 2-1/4" wide x 2-1/4" deep.
3) On the third bottle, you can still make out the word "Listerine" on the front in gold and there is still quite a bit of gilding around the neck compared to the other two. Some minor flea bits and tiny chips on the underside of the stopper. It is 4-3/4" tall X 2-1/4" wide x 2-1/4" deep.
Size: See above. Note, the 1st bottle is 1/4" taller. Each one is slighty different in size. The handmade stoppers also ALL FIT A LITTLE DIFFERENTLY in size and therefore makes one taller than the others.