I think the one with the spout on the bottom is either an early piece of IV equipment or a laboratory bottle used for who knows what kindsa laboratory work.. the other one with the handle, I'm guessing, is mid 20th century art glass, possibly Mexican..
The reason I think it's newer is because I can't see it having a practical purpose. It looks like a purely decorative piece.. also, if you look at the bottom, there's not much base wear, not always there on all originals but for older pieces it is expected.. then there's the handle.. it does not look balanced with the 'golden ratio' seen on early pieces.
Other than that, your guess is as good as mine.. let's see what the real experts say.. [8|]
Thanks I truly appreciateit. I love the old bottles and I want to make sure I don't get newer pieces that just look like they are old. My daughter purchased a house in Gillsburg, Ms. that was built in the 1800's, we are trying to find where the outhouse or dump site was to start digging. If anyone knows where there is dig sites down south I would love to know. Again thanks for all the info.
These? No. not junk.. I just don't know anything at all about them, except they look more interesting than most cordial glasses I see at the flea market.. I call upon our REAL experts to field this inquiry..!