Mid 1920s to 1930s DeVilbiss Art Deco stemmed glass perfume atomizer in shades of lavender, with a black and gilded base.
Luminous quality enameled colors, in gradients of dark lavender at the base to light lavender at the top, are applied to the inside of the bottle, possibly made by Fry Glass.
Brass hardware is gold gilded, with an embossed decorative cap and melon head atomizer.
Bulb and cord have crocheted netting.
Base is reverse painted black, with gold bands encircling the top edge.
Measurements: 6 1/2 inches high and 2 1/4 inches across base.
Marks: Made in U.S.A. with script "DeVilbiss".
Condition: Bulb has hardened with age and could be replaced, if planning to use. Cord is a replacement. I will include the broken original cord, so you can see the replacement is the correct color. Hardware in excellent condition, just has some dulling of the gilt. There is a small flaw in the interior lavender color... just makes it a little lighter color and can easily be displayed to the side (see pic). Black enameled base has two tiny losses near the stem that are barely noticeable when sitting on a surface, but could be displayed on the back of the bottle (see pic). These flaws are mentioned for accuracy, but are very minor and do not affect the beauty of this DeVilbiss atomizer.