This perfume was made in Czechoslovakia in the 1930s by the Curt Schlevogt company. Henry Schlevogt designed it for one of the Ingrid line bottles that was named for his daughter. It is in the beautiful opaque blue lapis glass. The design is swirling art deco flowers on both the base and stopper.
It is 6 3/4" tall by 3" wide. It is signed with the Ingrid script signature. There is only a remnant of the dauber, a tiny chip at the top of the stopper on one side and a larger chip on the underside of one of the projecting flowers on the base. See pics.
A beautiful original sharply molded perfume.
1930s Ingrid Czech Lapis Glass Perfume Bottle