The dresser in the picture above is packed with perfume bottles. Among them, I’ve able to identify the following (from left to right):
Fabergé Tigress, launched in 1938. It’s the bottle with the fake fur stopper. Another bottle can be seen on the right, with the stopper with a different fur pattern.
Caron Bellodgia, created by Ernest Daltroff and launched in 1927. There are two bottles of this.
Bourjois Mais Oui, launched in 1938. There are two bottles with the signature fan-shaped stopper; one of them is in its open box.
Guerlain flacon bouchon coeur. Impossible to tell which fragrance it contained.
There are several bottles by the bath-tub in Rita Marlowe’s bathroom. Among them, five Lanvin products.
The tall rectangular bottles with squared stopper are colognes. They could be either Arpege or My Sin (I’ve already explained why).
The same uncertainty can be applied to the two black boules and the black bottle with golden stopper, which contained perfumed body powder.
The bottle between the two Lanvin boules is the eau de cologne of Dana 20 Carats, launched in 1933.
The tall bottle with fake tiger fur stopper is Fabergé Tigress, a warm spicy fragrance launched in 1938. The ad above dates back to 1975 and features the American showgirl, actress and singer Lola Falana as testimonial.
Thanks to Jeremy in the comments for the Dana id.
Screencap and id source.
On Martha’s busy dressing table there are perfume bottles of Lucien Lelong Sirocco and Fabergè Tigress.
Thanks to Phyl D in the comments for the Fabergè id.