W Pearce & Son of Innerleithen, Peeblesshire were aerated water manufacturers. William Pearce used the waters of St Ronan's Well in Innerleithen (click link to read more about the Pearce family). St Ronan's Well is a historic spa and Sir Walter Scott wrote a novel of that name.
The company moved to Morningside. Interesting to see the motto "ne plus ultra" on the bottle.
The second stone bottle has the name Burns Dockhead Dumfries on it. I think this may refer to John Burns, another aerated water manufacturer who had premises at Dockhead in Dumfries.
I really love the pale colours of this bottle.
My third bottle is made of thick green glass and is for Younger of Alloa a very famous Scottish brewing company.
George Younger & Son were brewers in Alloa. The family started brewing as early as 1746!
Quite a bit of history in these bottles.