A vintage vanity perfume bottle with a cheerful daisy stopper. The figural stopper is typical of this time frame and shows a flower head at the top with leaves on each side. The bottle has a flared body that narrows at the base. The pattern is diamond shaped with deep grooves pressed into the glass.
Dating from the 1920s - 1930s time period; this was manufactured in Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia became independent from Austria in 1918 and continued to be quite the exporter of glass and porcelain items to the U.S. and Europe.
Measuring 6 inches tall to the top of the stopper we find a tiny black mark within the glass on one of the daisy leaves. This was done during manufacturing. We find no damage at all to the glass.