This sweet little perfume bottle stands 1 1/4" tall. The top is 1 1/4" across. The base measures 1 1/2" wide. There is a rayed star cut on the base. The is a hobstar cut on the top of the stopper. There are no chips or damage. Circa 1910.
A vintage c1910-20 Czech or Austro Hungarian 1-7/8 x 1-1/4" perfume flask or bottle with ornate, high relief silver plated overlay. This unsigned vanity purse perfume bottle has a chain on the lid (but no stopper) along with an engraved name we can't make out...
This bottle was made circa 1950's - 1960's. The perfume inside was Miss Dior, made by Christian Dior. The bottle held 2 ounces. It stands about 3" tall. The base measures 2 7/8" by 1 1/2". It has a yellow bow. The glass is clear and frosted. No chips or damage.
This cut glass bottle with the stopper stands 4" tall. It has a wide top opening. It was used for either smelling salts or as a scent bottle with cologne or perfume. The base is 1" and the wide top is 1 3/8" across. There are no chips or damage that we can see or feel. The stopper does have an indented area that is finished off. We think this is of English manufacture as the base is undecorated. Circa 1900.
This glass has so much clarity that it may be of French origin. The square based cologne or perfume bottle with the stopper stands about 6" tall. The base measures 2" by 2". No chips or damage. Great condition!
A 2-1/2" high cut glass Victorian perfume bottle with a sterling silver collar. The sterling is fully hallmarked for Birmingham, England 1893 and it has a somewhat obscured maker's mark. The faceted stopper is intact, and this vanity item is in excellent condition with no cracks, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs other than some minor chipping on a few edges and a small chip on the bottom of the stopper...
A 3-5/8" high 19th century cobalt glazed and hand enamelled porcelain perfume bottle. This unsigned bottle has white enamel flowers with gold highlights and traces of gold branches. The threaded top is silver plated, and this fine vanity accessory is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, dents, bends, corrosion, losses, damage or repairs...
beautiful chantilly cocktail shaker, excellant condition, no water stains,scratches. price does not in clude shipping, check or money order accepted
Here we have a Czech perfume bottle that has a blue stopper with a cane pattern cut on it. There are two panels of the cane cut separated by a clear panel. There is a dauber on the end of the stopper. The bottle has a very crisp pattern cut on it that is divided by clear panels. The base is stamped Made in Czechoslovakia in an oval circle. The perfume with the stopper stands about 2 7/8" tall. The base is about 1" wide. No chips or damage. It is in wonderful condition!
This is a great Bohemian perfume bottle made circa 1920's. There is engraving on the front of children playing. There are no marks on the glass to indicate who may have made it. The height of the bottle with the atomizer metal top is 5 3/8" tall. The widest part of the bottle is 7 5/8" across. The bottle is 1 1/2" deep. There are no chips or damage on the glass. The only metal we have is the top shown in the pictures. The opening at the metal top is 5/16"...
This a cut glass perfume bottle. A lot of super fine cutting on both the bottle and stopper. There is a clear center panel on each side of the bottle and stopper. Also a stair step cut on the sides of the bottle and stopper. The height with stopper is 7" tall. The stopper by itself with the dauber is 6 1/2" long. The bottle is 4" tall and 3 1/2" wide. No chips or damage. There are no marks on the bottle or stopper. We are dating this bottle to be from the mid 20th century and of European origin...
This double picture frame is leather bound and marked with the Dunhill label. The frame measures 6 5/8 inches (17 cm) tall and is 4 3/4 inches (12 cm) wide overall. It will hold photographs of approximately 6 by 4 inches (15 x 10 cm). Soft tan color leather with gold trim on the interior. Circa 1980.
Measurements: BOTTLE: 2 1/2" x 5/8" - TOP: 5/8" x 1/4" diameter.
In very good condition - without missing silver or chips to the body of the bottle. The top has a replaced cork.
At first I believed that the bottle was pink milk glass with sterling overlay, but as you can see from photo #4, the bottle is made of porcelain painted with pink enamel - with some hand etched design on the silver.
The number on the bottom of the bottle is 6351.
c. 1920's - France
Measurements: total HEIGHT: 7" x WIDTH: 21/2" x DEPTH: 1 3/8" - STOPPER 1" x 5/8" diameter
This perfume/cologne bottle appears to be mold blown with a modified "blob top" lip - modified in that the lip has been smoothed flat rather than being a rounded "blob."
Very little damage to the original color lithographed label - the graphics remain clear and detailed; the colors very slightly faded...
The brass mount, that supports this bottle from the Haynes Distilling Co. in Dayton, Ohio, has been professionally cleaned and polished. The clear glass bottle is embossed with the name of the distillery and the bottom puts the patent date at 1897. This is an early pub optic that, probably, dates prior to 1900. Great condition.