This Art Deco era perfume bottle was made by Volupte and features a blue laminated glass body with etched gold floral accents. The bottle sits on a long, transparent stem ending in a circular base. The base is accented with a gold band around the rim. The bottle's mouth is decorated with a gilded brass, repeating Art Deco lozenge pattern.
Volupté, was a division of the Superior Products Corporation founded in 1920 in Elizabeth, N.J. It's later address was 347 Fifth Avenue, New York City. It was purchased by Shields, Inc. of Attleboro, MA in 1957 and ceased operations in the 1960s. They mainly produced compacts, perfume bottles, purses, jewelry, chatelaines, cigarette & and vanity cases. Like DeVilbiss and Gironde, they bought glass bottles from various companies and added their own decoration and hardware.
This divine Art Deco perfume bottle has a glass dauber which is topped by a gilded, brass "pancake". The floral design bottle stands approximately 6 1/4" tall and the base is 2 1/4" in diameter. This collectible perfume bottle is in excellent condition with no wear to the gilding and no chips in the glass.
A real beauty for a vanity table or perfume bottle collection.
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