Very nice pair of Victorian era dresser bottles in embossed milk glass. This pair features embossed Monkey Faces, or gargoyles on two sides of each bottle, alternating with Victorian scrolls and flourishes. The stoppers are also embossed and are hollow, blown into wooden molds and then broken off at the end of the stopper when they were made. The bottles, too, are mold blown and are completely white and are large and impressive. Both are in great condition with some minor chipping on the inside part of one stopper and a tiny chip inside the rim of one bottle. They display beautifully, especially in a bathroom, each standing 9 inches tall, with a bulbous form that measure an impressive 18 inches in circumference. Made by Gillinder & Sons, circa 1900.