1920's Perfume Bottle by Lentheric. The scent use to be "Au Fit de L'Eau". It is mentioned in the book by Ken Leach, "Perfume Presentations_100 Years of Artistry", on page 207. It is also in the Phillips New York Auction 2000 Perfume Presentations Catalog, pg. 23.
The hard to find perfume bottle has a lovely molded green glass stopper, and the bottle has a green enamel design all around the bottle with flowers and leaves. The Lentheric commercial perfume bottle made it's debut by Lentheric in 1924. It is 2 1/4 inches tall and 2 3/4 inches wide. In perfect condition. Acid etched on the bottom Made in France.
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