The item is a quite rare, 1931 porcelain liqueur bottle, by the P. Garnier distillery, designed in France, by M. Armand Belhomme and imported to the USA for the first time in 1935. The distillery, located in Enghien-Les-Bains is an upscale community in the Northern suburbs of Paris, France.
The "Dea La Marquise" bottle epitomizes the French taste in elegance and historical design. She is dressed for a ball with roses in her hair, a blue and white gown and deep rust colored shaw. The bottle is not quite 9 inches tall and weighs approximately one pound.
The marks on the bottom say Modelle Exclusif, De La, Distillerie P. Garnier, Enghien-Les-Bains, Pres Paris, France.
There is one minute chip on the bottom, that would be hard to notice and is in excellent condition for the age.