We offer this unusual topsy-turvy perfume bottle which is fresh from a Virginia collection. I've not seen one quite like it, but I love it. The bottle is made of pressed glass made to look like it is deeply cut and faceted and it's great feature is that there is a single flat surface on which it sits and doesn't roll. The flat surface comes to an almost triangular point and then flares upward to its slightly arched top to provide the flat. Because of its essentially conical form until it flattens out and makes the neck of the bottle, even if it does roll it won't spill the perfume. There is a long clear glass stopper in the neck which also prevents spilling even if it were to be put down on the rounded portion of the bottle. A clever and lovely design to be sure. It measures 5” tall (if it were stood on its pointed bottom) and about 2 3/4” at its widest diameter. The stopper measures 3 1/2” in length and 1 1/4” in diameter at its widest point. The piece is in very good estate, used condition with the following caveat. As you can see if you look closely at photo #7 (the next to last one) you will see a very small chip which measures about 1 and a half 16ths of an inch. We mention it only in the interest of full disclosure regarding condition. This perfume bottle has been used as you can smell when you open it and put your nose near the neck of the piece although it is faint. I always think its kind of fun to have the ghost of someone's perfume in a bottle. In any event it is a great conversation piece on anyone's vanity or in a perfume bottle collector's cabinet as well as being fully useful for perfume storage!