1930's perfume bottle made by Elsa Schiaparelli. A French perfume, named "Shocking" came onto the market in 1937. A little perfume is left in the bottle, and still a great scent! After all it is Parfum, which is usually made with pure ingredients to last a lifetime and beyond without the alcohol.
The figural perfume bottle, depicts a Dressmaker mannequin, and shows part of a tape measure with glass flowers surrounding the top.
The bottle has no chips or cracks. The stopper is stuck. I have not tried to release it. The flowers are made of glass, and there is a few broken petals but is typical of this bottle. The dome has a lace-look application on it and half the measuring tape is still laying across the chest part. The stage is velvet. No cracks or chips on the perfume bottle or dome.
The dome is 4 3/4 inches tall. The Schiaparelli perfume bottle came in several sizes, and states in Jacquelyne Jones North's Book, "Commercial Perfume Bottles that the glass is Bohemian crystal. Pg. 110.