The top of this cut crystal perfume vial is a screw cap of Guilloche Enamel. Marked 935 on the sterling silver band of the top. Made from 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. The original silk thread fringe is still there. These are getting quite hard to find. I have more of them in different colors and styles. I will be adding them soon. The crystal vials were part of my collection that I'm selling.
Check closely the design and cut of the bottle. There is turquoise glass on the clear crystal vial.
The perfume vial is 3 1/4 inches long and 1/2 inch wide. No cracks or chips. One teeny, weeny spot on the top of the guilloche enamel under the fringe cord where the metal holds the fringe, there is a lighter color. The metal against the enamel caused this discolor, but it is not loss of enamel. 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!