Pavlova perfume was first launched in 1922. Named after the famous Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova in the 1920's in which a this perfume was named after her. She owned her own swan.
The perfume was re-launched in 1977 by Payot, but is now discontinued. This particular perfume bottle is made with HP glass and a frosted glass ballerina stopper was made in 1990 as a limited edition series.
The perfume remains but is turning alcohol as many more modern perfumes because they are made with an alcohol base. A nice collectors piece and hard to come by. It is not numbered and I have no paper work, just explored and found out that this held perfume and was a limited edition perfume bottle.
It is 4 1/4 inches tall and the stopper or ballerina is 4 inches wide. In perfect condition with no cracks or chips. Really lovely and a true collectible for tomorrows treasures.
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