This old Lucite perfume bottle was made by the Evans Atomizers company. The clear triangular plastic base has a single pink flower in the bottom. Although there is only one flower the geometric angles create an illusion of several flowers depending on your point of view. It has a brass colored screw on cap with what appears to be the original cloth covered rubber ball attached to it. On the bottom is a paper label that reads; Evans Atomizers, Inc. – 62 Stanhope Street - Brooklyn, 21 N.Y..
It measures about 4 ¼” wide by 2 1/8” deep by 3 ¼” to the top of the metal atomizer. It is in very good condition with minimal scratch wear on the Lucite. The rubber bulb is pretty hard so I am reluctant to squeeze it very hard. The metal has a little discoloration.
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