This is a French blue art scent perfume glass bottle, or for cologne. The date is the 19th century, circa 1885.
The bottle is 9" high to the top of the stopper and 3 ¾" wide at the bottom.
The glass is blue and very light in weight, which some glass is from this time period.
The front has a Mary Gregory type of white enameled scene, showing a small village of two houses and a taller building in the back. Smoke is coming out of the chimney of the house on the left.
The stopper has a crenellated top. The rim is polished flat with the remnants of applied gold trim. There is a line of white beading around the outside middle of the upper part of the stopper. The bottom of the stopper shows some nibbling, at the upper and lower ends.
The bottom of the stopper and the bottom of the bottle are enameled with the number "46.".
Gold trim around the neck and mouth is mostly worn away. The line of gold trim around the bottom is mostly intact.
The glass has some air bubbles.
The pontil is indented and has been snapped off.
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