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...
Measurements: 3" tall x 1 3/4" wide oval base x 1 1/8" diameter collar
This satin glass commercial perfume bottle was modeled after a late 19th century English character created by Florence K Upton. The bottle was produced in the 1920's by Verreries Brosse for Vigny - the satin glass bottle being the first production just after WWI.
The bottle is not damaged with chips or cracks...
Measurements: 3 3/4" tall x 1 7/8" base diameter x 2 1/4" largest diameter with a 1 3/4" stopper
A lovely, diminutive perfume or cologne bottle in the hobnail pattern.
The ground glass stopper fits snugly so that the bottle is totally usable.
No chips, cracks, sick glass or other damages...