This is a nice silver topped perfume. The plunger part appears to be silver plated on brass, but I believe the rim to be sterling, though I see no marks. It is not worn in any way. At the top of the plunger, a little of the plating is worn, and yellow shines through. There are no chips in the crystal that I can see. The bottle is circa 1900. and what I like about it the most is that is has its own plunger, not a rubber ball which rots, and perfume could be stored in it today, and sprayed. The bottle and top measure 5 and 3/4 inches tall, and the bottom is 2 inches in diameter. The plunger is marked with numbers and letters which are: "T26499f".
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