An Art Deco vintage perfume bottle made of sky blue glass. This has a faceted design that is typical of the edgy Art Deco era. The bulb and collar of the perfume is made of brass. We see some patina to these areas which we have left alone. The body of the bottle has an overall diamond shape which we see when setting it down on its side.
The original sticker shows on the bottom telling us that this held Pompadour Perfume. The perfumer was Stearns of Detroit that introduced Pompadour in 1906. We also see Made in Austria which tells us the original of the glass bottle. Based on the design, we would put this firmly into the Art Deco time period of the 1930s.
Measuring 3 1/4 inches tall, we find some after remnants of its contents inside the bottle. We did not clean this! It is coming to you as found. There is no damage to glass.
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