This bottle was sold by the DeVilbiss Co. in 1927 and is the dauber mate to an atomizer. The daubers have a solid glass wand attached to the flat glass disc top & was used to apply perfume rather than to spray it. They are generally rarer than atomizers as they sold fewer.
The glass, which was supplied by the Fry Glass Co., is enameled a beautiful blue. It is mounted on a very fine & detailed metal stem that goes to the foot. The foot has a fancy embossed scroll design & is set with 4 large & 4 small rose cut faux sapphire stones.
The gold plating is in mint condition as is the whole bottle. The only issue is the interior enamel on the dauber glass disc is showing signs of lifting but is still good. It stands almost 6 1/2" tall.
A gorgeous, rare perfume that would look fabulous on any dresser.