This is a beautiful unsigned Bohemian Moser art glass scent perfume bottle, or cologne, in cranberry or pale ruby glass. The age is 20th century, circa 1930.
The bottle is 7" high to the top of the stopper and 2 1/8" wide.
The sides are paneled in the way Moser made their Art Deco glass pieces, and the panels are outlined in gold.
The stopper is faceted and original to the bottle. You can see from the photo showing the bottle from the top, how the gold is accented on the cut prisms to match the gold on the bottle.
The rim is trimmed in gold. The inner side is slightly beveled and the outer side is beveled a bit wider; the term for this beveling is chamfered. The knowledgeable collector of Moser glass always knows to ask about the rim, if it is chamfered, and how it is chamfered, because most of the Moser production is double chamfered. If you see anything else, it is unlikely to be Moser, because 1)Moser produced mostly double chamfered rims and 2)production of fire polished rims was rare.
The stopper has a funny little something in the glass, which I point to with red arrows in one photo. There are a few glass bubbles in both pieces. There is hardly any gold wear at all. There are no chips, cracks or nicks.
The bottom is polished smooth. Moser glass has either slightly concave polished pontils, or the bottom is polished smooth.
The cranberry color is deep and beautiful.