Czechoslovakian Perfume bottle made in the 1920's or 30's. It has an intaglio stopper with roses and is lovely. With a slight push and half turn, the stopper catches, so I have to assume it is the original hand ground and hand polished stopper. Perfect fit. Only the glass tip of the dauber is off and can be replaced if you want it perfect. A glass man can easily do that but most of the fragile glass dauber is still there.
I love this color. I call it purple but it is also called amethyst glass or lavender. No chip-pies or cracks and acid etched mark on the bottom in oval "Made in Czechoslovakia". There is a slight scratch on the side of the stopper when looking through a magnifying glass. Stunning perfume bottle. Hard color to find.
It is 6 1/2 inches tall by 2 1/2 inch across the bottom of the perfume bottle. These glass beauties were hand polished when they were made, a process that is now done by machines. The hand polishing is what creates the lovely sparkle to the glass.