Uniquely urn shaped with sweet dimpled cherub faces on each side, this turn of the century sterling silver scent bottle and/or vinaigrette was fashioned by William Kerr of Newark, New Jersey. Measuring 4" in length and 3/4" at its widest, this little gem has holes in the attached stopper for diffusing the scent. It is signed sterling with the hatchet on the upper lip of the bottle. The stopper must be opened to see this. In very good antique condition with soft original patina and monogram "Stella" etched on the shoulder, this could be worn on a chain or added to a chatelaine. A rare and cherished antique treasure. Founded in 1855, the Kerr company specialized in smalls and jewelry and were well known for their flowing art nouveau designs.
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