Stained Glass commercial perfume bottle from between 1908- 1920's. The name of the company is Honore Payon and the perfume name was Fraicheur De Jade, from Grasse -Paris. This bottle use to have a paper label on the bottom as the molded glass bottle is stained and would not allow for a label, for which you need a flat surface to adhere.
The company started making perfume in about 1908 and the last perfume I can find by them is from 1927. This one is not listed in the book so I don't know what year it emerged on the market. An earlier affliation to Honore Payon, was named Payan & Betrand and was represented by Maurice Levy, according the The Reference Guide for Commercial Perfume Bottles by Ken Leach.
It is a difficult perfume bottle to find. Stained bottles are my favorite. I have only seen this one one other time and it has no staining on it. The label on the bottom is a green and silver foil label, but this one is gone. No chips or breaks and from my personal collection, the hard to find perfume bottle is 5 1/4 inch tall, with frosted glass molded with a flower design. The staining brings out the design.