The top of this cut crystal perfume vial is a screw cap of Guilloche Enamel. Made in about 1900, this perfume vial is a "sprinkler", where the corked top is un-done a little to allow a small amount of liquid to come from the bottle. These are getting quite hard to find.
The perfume vial is 3 1/4 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. No cracks or chips. One teeny, weeny spot on the edge of the guilloche enamel which I try and show in one of the pictures. About the 1/4 of the size of a pin head. I just want to be very accurate, but it doesn't take away from it. Magnifier is needed!
The perfume vial is a wonderful example of workmanship every 100 years ago.