Czechoslovakian made perfume bottle, called Triomphe, which was a commercial perfume bottle that debuted in 1934. This perfume bottle is deeply etched looking like the Arc de Triomphe of Paris, France.
The perfume bottle came in four sizes and the smallest also came with a green glass stopper instead of the red. This one is 4 1/2 inches tall including the stopper and is the second to the largest size, and in great condition. It does have one flea bite under the bottom edge of the stopper. Does not show if displayed. Very small, but I want to be completely accurate.
It is a beautiful example of the quality of commercial perfume bottle from Czechoslovakia, which was the best quality of perfume bottles made in the 20's and 30's. Stunning, clean and clear. Red is the rarest of colors in glass and same holds true for perfume bottles.
You can find this vintage perfume bottle in the book, "Commercial Perfume Bottles" by Jacquelyn Jones-North, on page 127.
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