Definitely from 1950's, the glitz and glamour era after the end of the 2nd World War where metal were not used in the making of such items such as perfume bottles. But now metals could be used again, and they were used quite a bit in the vanity items at that time. This pretty perfume bottle is pristine. Still smells good. I could not find a thing out about the maker. And I really tried. It wasn't even mentioned in Ken Leach's awesome, "Reference Guide for Commercial Perfumes," my perfume bible!
All the jewels are on top and the metal looks pristine as well. It is mini or miniature size at 2 1/2 inches. Perfect for the perfume collector! Has to be pretty rare if you can't find it anywhere!!
It is pristine and has been kept somewhere protected to keep the satin pouch clean.