A beautiful example of Czechoslovakian art glass from the 1920s. This perfume bottle has a hexagon shape with each side decorated with a garland of roses in high relief. To add depth to the design the deep orange amber glass has be frosted to great affect lending an inner glow to the glass body. The upper portion of the bottle, where one would pick up the bottle, was left un-frosted. Upon the shoulder there is a single rose motif on each plane. The bottle has an ormolu collar and stopper featuring four faux jewels in amber rhinestones. The stopper is fitted with a cork plug. The bottle stands just under 8 inches with the stopper in place and is 2 1/2 inches across at its widest. Condition is excellent the glass is free of any damage. The ormolu mounts have the expected patina of age. This piece is just a joy to look at the transmission of light through the glass reveals such depth and glow.
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