This mini dresser perfume bottle was made in Czechoslovakia in the 1920s or 30s for the Aristo Crystal Company. The bottle is cut in a band of hobnails and geometric pattern. The tall flat stopper also features a hobnail pattern on the edges, and a great Art Deco style pattern of cut lines in the center. The edges of the stopper are beveled. It appears that there was a dauber, but that no longer exists. “Made in Czechoslovakia” is acid stamped on the base. There is also a label on the base that says: Aristo Crystal, McCoy Jones Inc., Chicago – and under that I believe it says Made in Czechoslovakia (although this is rubbed enough to be very difficult to read). Most of the label is intact.
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: The bottle is about 1 1/4" tall. With the stopper, it measures about 3 3/4". It is about 1 3/4" wide.
CONDITION: As stated, the dauber broke off at some point. There are a few small chips on the inside of the rim where the stopper probably hit the edges. Otherwise, we see no chips, cracks or significant scratches on this pretty little bottle.