This bathing beauty bottle was a recent find at an estate sale. The bottom of the bottle is marked "Des. Patent No. 84181," and tracking this design patent number, I discovered that the "ornamental design for a bottle" was registered March 12, 1931, by Frank B. Putt and assigned to Brandle and Smith Company, a Philadelphia candy manufacturer. This clear-glass cutie was intended to be a candy container. Originally, she would have worn a paper belt as her label and a paper face, held in place by decorative paper confetti or grass, would have been inserted behind her molded glass features. At 10.5 inches tall, she would have held a lot of sweet treats!
I found this example, said to be all original, including the candy!