Tall, elegant antique Bristol glass perfume bottle. Hand painted and embellished with white and gold flowers. The bottle and stopper are both antique and the stopper's decor matches the bottle's but the numbers do not match, although it is quite obvious that the same person numbered both. Numbering is a mark of quality in glass bottle making, and these dresser bottles were always made in pairs, so it is possible that this is the surviving stopper on the surviving bottle. At ten inches tall, this piece displays very well. The numbers on both bottle and stopper date this perfume to late to early twentieth century and up to 1910. There is a flaw in the glass along the widest part of the bottle, in the greatly magnified photos you may spot it.