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Try pouring oil (vegetable, baby, mineral) down and let sit. Then twist and take apart.
Roll them over on their sides so the weight from the top ones isn't an issue. Roll them around a bit and flex each one to disengage from the others adjacent. Then start from the top or bottom and gently remove from the stack. A bit of work but don't let gravity work against you by trying to pull them apart when upright.
don't suggest using any objects to pry them apart you'll cut or crack them. use hot water & lots of liquid soap then do as Janice suggested pots on sides
Try icing the innermost one and hot water on the outer. Or you might be able to spray a lubricant like wd40 between the sides to they will slip apart.
Tried the WD40 with no luck. Going o try all other suggestions including the hot-cold water. Thanks.