Without it's butterfly logo hanging from the neck, is this lovely blue glass perfume bottle, trademarked in 1927 and patented in 1928. I remember when I had the box but not the bottle!! Go figure!
Anyway, it is beautiful with a black glass stopper. The box and all is shown in the book "Commercial Perfume Bottles" by Jacquelyn Jones-North on page 98. According to Jacquelyn the American made perfume bottle and Lucretia Vanderbilt brand was marketed by McKesson and Robbins Inc. of Bridgeport, Connecticut.
The beautiful blue perfume bottle is 4 3/4 inches tall but has a chip on the lip of the entrance to the bottle. I never noticed it before I purchased it because on the dark blue glass it doesn't show up unless you are looking for it! Check pictures. The stopper is of black glass. Lovely.
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