A fine, small perfume or scent bottle in solid, light blue Jasperware, made by Wedgewood. Wedgwood introduced small perfume bottles like this in Jasper in the late 18th century, and they've been produced -off and on- ever since.
This example is oval in form, with molded scallop design, with white relief of a woman making a sacrifice at a tripod. It is edged with oak leaf relief. The cap is sterling silver; it is lined with plastic, to keep the perfume from leaking out.
Size: 2.875" long, 1.75" wide 0.5" thick.
Condition: as new, no wear or damage.
Mark: impressed Wedgwood mark on the bottom edge. Silver cap is hallmarked JW (Wedgwood's own silversmithing mark) Birmingham, and dated 1994.