This lay-down perfume bottle made of pressed glass with different patterns on each side and along the sides as well is a “marriage” having a very pretty cap with attached tiny hose like an atomizer, but which is non-functional. The cap is made of plastic and cast and coated to look like an ornate silvery metal with a band of pretty sculpted curling scrolls around the bottom edge. The top of the cap features a vine border and a center wafer of faux tortoise shell. The whole piece is simply lovely, but as far as I can tell there is no way it functions as a pump-spray. Perhaps someone found that the cap fit well, which it does, and decided to use the tiny hose as a dauber? In any event it would display beautifully on a dressing table or vanity tray and it has been used for perfume at some point as you can smell when you unscrew the cap. The whole item measures 5” long by 1 3/4” wide by 1” front-to-back with a cap that measures 1 1/4” in diameter across the top. It is all in very good, used condition with the one caveat which is pictured in the final photo which shows a very tiny, tiny loss to the silvery surface on the neck of the cap. In fact you have to look for it! As we said it displays well, but I have my doubts about the functionality. Note the two different patterns on the front and back with the shield reserve on one side and the pinwheel pattern on the other. Pretty!