Very rare perfume bottle to find, by Mary Dunhill and held the perfume "Flowers of Devonshire". This beautifully designed, all glass, perfume bottle, in in perfect order with no cracks or chips. It stands 3 inches tall and 2 inches wide.
Mary Dunhill had her perfumery shop in London England. Incredibly hard to find. It was introduced in the US market 1936 according to Jacqueline Jones-North's book, "Perfume Cologne and Scent Bottles. R. Lalique made a similar bottle to this one. But Lalique's was earlier and had fewer sections of the rigid glass, but very similar in look and design. Both hard to find. I'm not sure who the designer of this vintage commercial bottle was. So many didn't get the recognition they deserved.