This old perfume is a little six sided, molded glass bottle with its original, screw on, metal lid. Under the metal cap is a cork stopper that appears to be original. One panel of the bottle reads; Rieger’s and another panel reads; Flower Drops Perfume. The glass has a very faint lavender tint to it. This was apparently from the California perfumer Paul Rieger of San Francisco and Chicago. I believe this is from the early 1900’s.
It measures about 2 3/8” tall by roughly 5/8” in diameter and is in good condition with minor wear and no damage. There is a slight amount of foxing on the inside of the bottle. The lid has a little discoloration and the cork has a chip off of it.
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