Beautiful perfume bottle and likely the work of Baccarat or Val St. Lambert or St. Louis Glass. It has an etched number 14 on the bottom of the perfume bottle. Baccarat etched numbers on their pieces before they started putting on their logo in the 1930's. A Victorian perfume bottle from about 1900. Gorgeous piece of glass. It is not quite perfect but great for display. Perhaps it chipped, and a previous owner had it repaired by having the crystal glass shaved down and smoothed on the bottom. Hard to notice since it is on the bottom. A stunning perfume bottle with an all glass stopper. No cracks. A French wreath and vines are in the cameo pattern. A lovely example of old glass from the Masters. The etching of the crystal bottle with layered glass makes it look like frosted glass. Stunning.
The stopper has had a chip smoothed out on the dauber part that goes into the neck of the bottle and there are a few tiny pin tip size chips on top. Hard to see but I can feel them. The stopper is glass and is a perfect fit. The glass acid etched in a very integrate pattern. The blue is a royal blue and carved out from atop of the etched crystal glass. So pretty. Deep Royal blue glass atop of the acid etched pattern in the perfume bottle. It is 5 1/2 inches tall.