This Steuben blue Aurene Art Glass perfume atomizer was made for the DeVilbiss Corp. in the 1920's. This bottle has a rich silvery-blue iridescent coloration in the glass body with some gold iridescent highlights around the base. Aurene glass was created by Frederick Carder for Steuben Glass in Corning, N.Y. in the early 1900's and competed in quality and appearance with Tiffany's Favrile Art Glass. Bottle is adorned with decorative engraved gilt metal hardware and has a dark cobalt blue glass finial mounted on top. Although unmarked, this bottle is well documented in various reference works as Steuben Art Glass and is pictured in the Steuben reference book as well. Bottle is pictured on page 162 of the book "The Collector's Encyclopedia of American Art Glass, Second Edition" by John A. Shuman III.
Dimensions: 9 3/4" high with a top diameter of 1" and base diameter of 3 3/8".
Condition: The glass is in excellent Estate condition with no chips, cracks or scratches. The brass hardware is also in excellent condition with naturally aged patina. Where the cord attaches, there is some of the original rubber that has hardened in that area and we did not try to remove this. The original cord and ball are missing, however, these do deteriorate over the years and can easily be replaced. No other noted flaws.
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