An early vintage glass perfume bottle that features a stopper shaped leaves and daisies. The tip of the stopper shows a daisy that is met on both sides by leaves. The center is open with just one smaller daisies in the center. The bottle is short with a flared collar and many different patterns deeply pressed into the glass.
Made by an unknown American glass maker, we date this to the first quarter of the 20th Century. Most likely 1920s - 1930s when this type of bottle was all the rage for a lady's favorite perfume.
Measuring 7 3/4 inches to the very top of the stopper, we find this in beautiful condition without any damage. It is just gorgeous!
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