An atomizer perfume bottle Designed by "Evans - Crowder". This perfume bottle has the label draped around the neck claims "Jeweled - PUMP - Burpless - Fine Mist - Atomizer", one of the first one-handed spray bottles without the poofer. Very historical!
Topped with a single faux pink faceted stone, the brass nozzle sits in a white bakelite cap dotted with gold glitter. The perfume bottle is coned shaped measuring short and wide, 3-1/4" tall x 2-3/4" wide.
The paper label hanging on the neck has instructions on the back side for proper use on the new technology from days gone by. This scent bottle dates to the 1950's.
Condition: Pristine. No cracks or chips or fleabites. The spring on the sprayer in worn, the atomizer no longer has the pump powder needed to bring the perfume up and through. For the serious collector, this could be repaired.
A real cutie!
Item ID: VP526