Here are 3 early (1780-1830s) New England utility bottles, all in different forms and colors… they make a great little group! The sided square (chamfered corner) example in a bubbly green (left) is quite rare. It does have a very small line or fissure in the base edge (hard to see). The center amber example is perfect. The right (yellow greenish) cylinder has a pontil chip, in making). I can separate them if necessary, but would like to sell them together at this reduced price for the set.