A most unusual Czechoslovakian crystal perfume bottle produced prior to World War II. These bottles were very popular in the 1920s and 1930s, produced in Czech glass factories and sold all over the world. Usually they are noted with an acid mark on the bottom, or accompanying label from the distributor. This bottle has a most unusual intaglio cut pink stopper with a fancy center design with cut leaves on each side-almost resembles an abstract foxglove bloom. The bottle stands approximately 5 1/2” tall including the stopper and measures 2 1/2” across the base. As common with these old bottles, the dauber is missing and the end of the stopper exhibits some roughness. Thorough examination reveals no major chips, cracks, damage or repairs. I will not rule out minor nicks on the high points of the fancy pattern base or minor roughness on the inside rim where the stopper sets. These are common issues with these perfume bottles and do not detract from their beauty. Because of the highly cut base, there was not room for the acid mark and the original label has been long lost over the years. A truly beautiful perfume to fit in any collection displayed on the vanity! I’ve included a number of pictures of this bottle.
Czechoslovakia Cut Crystal Perfume Bottle-Pink Stopper