Note my bottle is not 100% screen accurate, but it's good enough for a quick prop. Other ways to make a salt bottle is with paper craft, making one out of paper.
Or you can do it my way.
It is not 100% correct, but very cheap and easy to do.
Step one was to print two sets of this Salt bottle picture in color. Cut out a circle around the ornaments from the stopper/cork and the label.
Photo: bioshock wiki
And then gather a soap bottle in the right shape (ish).
And then glue on the label from the printed salt bottle (I used double sided tape).
I used the cork from the soap bottle as a base to I could close the bottle entirely (so no glitter will fall out) but still be able to open it so I can insert blue LED lights.
So to the soap bottle cork I clued on to pieces of card board in the oval shape shown under. In between I added a piece of foam in the same size.
To make the edges smooth I added paper clay and sanded it down. Then it was painted blue and the ornament labels I cut out earlier was glued on.
At the base I painted the cork brown. As you can see the method is not the most sturdy. Since I threw this bottle at Booker many times at a convention and it fell on the ground several times. But for just standing on a shelf it works fine.
The Booker in the video is cosplayed by Hadley Cosplay
And in the end of the day I can put it together with some of my other props in my living room.