The original item from JG Gallery is now SOLD.
Durand Art Glass Gold Atomizer Perfume Bottle.
Durand Art Glass Gold Atomizer Perfume Bottle. This glorious Art Glass bottle was made by the Durand Art Glass division at Vineland Flint Glass Works of Vineland, NJ around 1925. Durand was in business only a short time, 1924-1931. Victor Durand, Jr. directed the company and hired an experienced team of skilled master glass workers including Martin Bach, Jr. and produced high quality iridescent glass with deep color and luster.
This stately bottle is a deep gold color with flashes of silvery blue iridescence when the light is right. The gold color is evenly distributed throughout and has beautiful luster. Smooth, rounded shoulders taper gradually into a cone shape that ends at a flared and slightly domed foot. The foot is also completely colored on top and bottom. The bottom iridescence is more silvery and has stretch texturing.
The hardware on the bottle is in excellent condition and still retains its gold plating. It’s a plain yet elegant sprayer that has a unique arch or bend that lifts the bulb up and away from the bottle. The hardware appears to have been made by the Gironde Atomizer Company. Although it is not marked, Ad documentation attributes this design to Gironde Atomizer Company and listed their address as, 295 Fifth Ave, New York City, NY. The hand crocheted bulb is original but is frayed on one side.
SIZE: 7 1/8 “ to the top of the hardware. 2 ½” diameter foot.
MARKS: None apparent.
CONDITION: Very good. There is one tiny flaw on the foot, probably a bit of frit in the glass from when it was blown, causing a tiny bump that was covered over with the iridescent color. The original hand crocheted cover on the bulb is frayed on one side but for display purposes, it can be hidden.
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