Perfume Bottle "Le Debut" by Richard Hudnut, a rare perfume bottle to find, indeed. This perfume bottle came in 5 different sizes and this one is the middle size at 2 1/2 inches wide by by 2 3/4 inches tall. The glass is opaque sky blue, and it has an octagon shape to it. The stopper is lovely but sits a tad high, a marriage although original to the bottle. It needs a little sanding down more for a perfect fit, although it fits well and tight with a half turn. It is the right size of the original stopper. Just sits a tad high. These were hand sanded and crafted for a perfect fit. A unique stopper but this same stopper also came on different opaque Hudnut perfume bottles. It's a lovely perfume bottle for display.
You can find these commercial perfume bottles from 1927, in "The Art of Perfume" by Christie Mayer Lefkowith.
There is a small chip in the neck of the bottle where there was a break and repair. The repair looks great but a chip is left. Incredibly rare and quite collectible perfume bottle, even with its imperfections, many collectors would love to have this one because it is so rare.