Blue Patina Coty Perfume Bottle from 1926. It has a wonderful stopper with a four leaf pattern. This version of "Paris de Coty" was made in a bottle by Baccarat. The crystal Coty perfume bottle is in perfect condition with the exception of a pin head size chippy at the bottom of the inside glass dauber. Numbered on the bottom of the stopper and the bottom of the scent bottle. The label is in perfect condition. Clean and pretty. The blue "stained" stopper, or patina, are the words used to describe the color applied to the glass. Terms "staining" and Patina apply in a positive form, enhancing the art work of the glass designer. Although it looks to be a Lalique design, I could not find the designers name.
R. Lalique worked for Coty in the early part of Coty's perfume designed bottles. Others, such as Julien Viard, also made glass designed like only a master could in the 19-teens and 1920's. In excellent condition and crystal clear, Baccarat glass bottle, it is a stunning example of the thought and design, and collaboration of many to make a perfume and design the bottle, and have it produced, then marketed. Quite a process, and Coty was tops in the perfume industry for many years. Still, today, his name is a household name where beauty products come to mind.
The grand example of commercial perfume in glamour years of the 1920's and 30's, the stunning perfume bottle is 4 inches tall by 1 1/4 inches wide.