A boxed perfume bottle by Richard Hudnut, and the box is just super, extra special! Satin with a Lithograph on top of an Art Nouveau picture with a pretty young lady reading. The perfume bottle housed the perfume "Deauville" trademarked in 1923. It is smaller with the perfume bottle being in 2 3/4 inches tall and made of crystal. Great "ping" factor. The glass stopper has a chip on the bottom which inserts into the bottle so does not show.
This perfume bottle presentation is in Ken Leaches awesome book, "Perfume Presentations". You can understand why people didn't just "throw out" a box that housed their perfume bottles. Some of the presentations are just awesome! Like this one! The satin box has the slightest of wear and the lithograph is in perfect order. This is part of my personal collection. I've never found this presentation other than this one, so it is not so easy to find!