In the 1920s, Irving W. Rice stated his company, IRICE, in New York as an importer of various vanity items. The company never made items, importing their atomizers and bottles from Czechoslovakia before WWII, and from West Germany afterward. Currently, they import from mainly from Japan and Taiwan.
This is for a gorgeous IRICE set of two round, diamond and star pattern cut-glass bottles on a mirrored holding tray. The tray is made of a gold-tone filigree metal, the pattern and metal matching that used in the cap of both of the bottles. The crystal adorning the cap matches the four crystal legs that give the tray a small amount of lift.
Two filigree handles with a small enamel flower each adorn both sides of the tray to allow for ease of movement. In the center of each flower is a rhinestone, colored to match the crystal used for the legs of the tray and caps of the bottles.