"Youth Dew" by Estee Lauder first arrived on the scene in 1953, according to my perfume bottle book, and the earlier perfume bottles with this lovely frosted glass flower stopper, had HP written on the bottom of the glass. This one says HP Made in France. It is perfect condition with no chips or cracks. This one has to be from about 1960 because it has the old plastic stopper around the glass dauber on the stopper, and that didn't start until the 60's. This Estee Lauder perfume bottle held Youth Dew, which I believe is still sold today. I wore it in the 80's but its pretty strong. The fragrance remains in the bottle but no perfume. It has not been cleaned, but is clean. I like to smell the remnants as faint as they may be, so I don't clean them. This one is clean and stands 4 inches tall. I love a glass stopper that looks like any flower. Love flowers and perfume bottles! Both are passions of mine.
HP on the bottom is an indication of quality of glass. If it says HP it usually is a high quality glass. This one is frosted but has two panels on the side of there perfume bottle that is clear. This would look lovely in your perfume bottle collection.