Before the invention of plastic, loads of dollhouse miniatures were carved from ox bone. This little 19th Century dollhouse French milk bottle is one of them. The last two photos show the telltale brown streaks that differentiate bone from ivory. Ivory looks pure white and consistent like plastic does. Bone has brown streaks, although they are barely visible. This little bottle would be adorable with a little label glued on it that says MILK in French . . .LAIT. Or if your doll is more grown up, wine or VIN. The bottle measures 1 1/2" tall and it is 1/2" across at the bottom. My little 5 1/2" doll is just modeling for scale reference. The bottle is in excellent antique dollhouse toy condition with no chips or breaks.