This perfume bottle, so pretty in pink, is a vintage hand-cut crystal perfume bottle made in Czechoslovakia between the 1920s through the 1940s. As big as it is beautiful, this gorgeous glass bottle is 7 inches tall. The sizable figural stopper alone, etched with frosted art-deco stylized flowers, is 6.25 inches from top to the bottom of its still intact dabber. The squat base, with its deeply-cut facets that glitter like gems, is around 2 inches high and 3.5 inches wide. On the bottom, the bottle retains an original blue and silver foil label that states “Genuine Handcut Crystal Czechoslovakia” and a silver and dark blue label with “Premier” in cursive. The bottom is also etched “Made in Czechoslovakia” in an oval. My pictures do not do this beauty of this bottle justice, from its glowing pink color to its intricate detailing. The bottle is in wonderful condition for its age. It could use a bit of a cleaning to really bring out its sparkle (it looks like there are the dried remains of evaporated perfume or other liquid on the inside of the bottom of the bottle and there is a little surface soil caught between the facets). There are a few tiny nips around the mouth of the bottle and some slight wear on the frosted portion of the stopper where it rubbed on the bottle; also, just a few of the facets have a tiny nip off the point, but you have to look very closely to find and see these minute imperfections. This large, lovely bottle would beautify any boudoir or dressing table and would be a wonderful addition to any collection of perfume bottles or Czechoslovakian glass.