Lucite 1940's Perfume bottle. Lucite was a common material used during World War II. All metals, with exception to sterling silver, was collected and used in the war time efforts to make ships, guns and ammunition. Vanity items, such as this perfume bottle, started to be produced out of Lucite instead of glass and metal. It was a new material and one of the early hard plastics that look like glass and is heavy, unlike todays plastics.
This is the prettiest lucite bottle I've ever seen. With a large orange flower which is carved from inside out. The glass perfume vial unscrews from the main part of the bottle. No issues and in excellent condition. The perfume bottle is 3 1/2 inches tall. Perfect and clear.
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