#1 The Evil Queen (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)


Artist: Ruby Spark


This one is pretty obvious. The colors suggest that it could be part of the Evil Queen's poison collection. I like to think that the red in the center suggests an apple, and I'll be darned if I don't see a cloaked figure in a forest and rising moon in the shadowing on the "head."



#2 Foulfellow & Gideon (Pinocchio)


Artist: Ruby Spark


This one took me a minute or two to recognize these as the fiends who lead our favorite marionette to the dreadful Pleasure Island, because it's been years since I watched Pinocchio. The patches are cute touches, but the one on the right reminds me of the walrus from Alice in Wonderland.

#3 Lady Tremain (Cinderella)


Artist: Ruby Spark


I love the turquoise "brooch" at the base of the bottle. The shape manages to capture the original evil stepmom's stiff, judgmental posture.



#4 The Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland)


Artist: Ruby Spark


The shape of the bottle is a dead ringer for this queen's stout figure, and the heart-shaped stopper is a nice touch (and don't think we didn't notice that it doesn't have a "head").

#5 Captain Hook (Peter Pan)


Artist: Ruby Spark


This might be one of my favorite bottles in the collection (that feather!). The twist in the design suggest movement--a pirate captain preparing to draw his sword, perhaps?

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