Offered is a charming petite perfume or cologne bottle from the 1920's. Made by Cambridge Glass of Cambridge, Ohio, the bottle stands just 3 ½” tall and features a ruffled top edge which narrows and then widens again into a delicate bulbous bottom. The dauber is partially broken, which is fairly common with bottles of this age (see photos). The bottle also features a polished top and fluted sides. Topaz is a yellow-green transparent color that is often called “Vaseline” glass by collectors. Cambridge's Topaz entered production in 1923 and was mainly used in the 20s.
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