This cobalt cut to clear perfume bottle is probably Bohemian from the turn of the last century, although it could also be French. It features a beautiful shape with pinched “wasp” waist. Flutes are cut around the middle section, accentuating that narrow waist, while two rows of disks are cut around the top and bottom. The reflections are amazing! The screw on lid appears to be brass. If this had an inner stopper (and with a screw on lid, it may not have had one), it is now missing. The bottom is cut and polished, as is the top.
This comes from the estate of Phil’s mom, who was a passionate collector of American Brilliant cut glass and other fine art glass.
SIZE: This bottle is about 3” tall. The base has a diameter of about 3/4", while the widest part has a diameter of about 1”.
CONDITION: The outer glass is in excellent condition; we see no chips, cracks or significant scratches. The screw portion of the glass has a chip on the edge. The metal lid has some dents around the edge, and one old crack (about 8mm) along the edge.
There is perfume residue inside the bottle.