During the 1940-1950 era the trend for stylish vanity items sweep the American market. Some of the major producers were Stylebuilt, Matson, Guildcrest, Globe, Astorloid and Regent of London. They created perfume bottles, jewelry caskets, hand-mirrors, brushes, combs and trays from gold-tone metal and glass for sale in department, drug and jewelry stores. Many of the pieces were 24k gold plated and were usually marked with foil labels.
This lovely glass perfume bottle is composed of four tapered sides which rests on a raised six-sided base. The bottle is decorated with two overhanging swags of delicate metal flowers suspended from leaf covered vines. The metal top displays a large spray of blossoms and leaves which is attached to a 2" glass dabber. The perfume measures 6 3/4" in height with no damages to the glass or ormolu metal. The original label is missing.
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