This is a Bohemian art glass perfume bottle, dating to the late 19th century, circa 1890.
The glass is a white overlay. The middle layer is clear crystal and the inner layer is ruby red or cranberry,
The glass is cut in a circular pattern down to the crystal. Between the white the glass has a deep vertical indented cut, spaced out in six places around the bottle. The stopper is cut in a sunburst shape, with defined edges. The top of the stopper is slightly indented and smooth. The bottom of the bottle is flat and smooth.
The bottom of the stopper has quite a few chips, as shown in the photos. The inside rim has a few pinprick nicks that are difficult to see or feel. The glass has a few air bubbles. The top of the stopper has a few pinprick nicks on the faceted edges, that can be felt as a slight roughness and which may be due to glass cutting process.
There are no other chips, nicks or cracks.