This is a real small Bohemian Czech perfume, cologne or scent bottle. The art glass is malachite, which is made to look like the green stone, shades of green, light-to-dark. The maker is unknown. The date is circa 1920.
The bottle is 2 ¼” high, 1 ½” long and ¾” wide.
The stopper screws onto the bottle. The glass dauber is intact. The top of the stopper is clear crystal with streaks of black, meant to emulate a jewel.
The front of the metal holder is intricate metal work, with a white flower in each corner and a pearl in the middle. The metal holder wraps around the glass snugly, a perfect fit, and if you want it off you will have to cut the metal off. The metal has no tarnish or patina.
There is a seam where a strip of metal was wrapped around the lower part of the stopper; the seam is supposed to be there.
There are no chips, nicks or cracks.