This is a group of three, unique perfume bottles that date from around the 1920s-30s. None of them have their atomizer tops. None are marked. The smallest is emerald green glass with hand painted gold leaf flowers and trim. It measures 1&3/4 inches tall, and about 2 inches in diameter. It has a plastic dauber attached to the brass cap. Very good condition. No chips or cracks. Very minor wear to the gold leaf paint. The next is a deep, cobalt blue that has a hand painted cottage scene. It is 3 inches tall, and is very good condition with no chips, cracks, or paint wear. There is a fair amount of verdigris (green) oxidation on the top and inside of the brass neck. Lastly is a gorgeous 4&1/2 inch bottle that I believe is cut crystal. It is amethyst purple at the top, fading to clear at the bottom. Sadly, it look like someone set it down to hard on a solid surface, and there is about 1 inch on the bottom that is chipped. Not deep chipping, but wide. This doesn't go all the way through, and does not affect the stability, or displayability of this lovely bottle. I have seen replacement atomizer for sale, but have never bough them, and am not sure if they would work for any of these, but they are just so pretty, I am hoping someone will rescue them!
I currently have several, vintage perfume bottles in my shop, including miniatures and figurals, and am happy to combine shipping. To see them all, type the word, "perfume" in the California Girls search box at the top of this page
If you are ordering more than 1 item from my shop, wait to pay until I send back an invoice with the combined shipping discount.