Lavender Crystal Czechoslovakian perfume bottle from 1920's or 30's. Acid etched on the bottom in an oval mark, Made in Czechoslovakia. In almost pristine condition and it still has its long glass dauber. There is a pin head size chip on the 9:00 position and smaller chip on the bottom but both minute. A rare bottle not only because of the color of the lavender crystal but also the deeply etched figural on the front of the perfume bottle. The stopper has roses on it and also deeply etched.
This perfume bottle is 5 3/4 inches tall. The sides are as pretty as the etched woman kneeling on the front of the Czechoslovakian perfume bottle. It is in the book by Jacquelyn Jones-North, Ken Leach, Ruth Forsythe and Madeleine France, called "Czechoslovakian Perfume Bottles and Boudoir Accessories-Revised Edition" and is written up as scarce.