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Perfume Bottle, Frosted Glass with Atomizer Bulb, Vintage

Perfume Bottle, Frosted Glass with Atomizer Bulb, Vintage

Regular price $37.00
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  • Pattern: Unknown
  • Vintage: 1930's (estimated)
  • Details:  A really elegant perfume bottle with spray atomizer bulb.  This bottle has a frosted glass body with a beautiful geometric, bulbous shape, when looked at from the bottom, it resembles a flower with petals.   The look is very Art Deco and based on some research (see below), we believe this one was sold by Irice imported from Germany or Czechoslovakia.  There is history showing they imported train boxcars filled with Czechoslovakian crystal before World War II.   A very elegant design and a perfect addition to any vanity tray or perfume bottle collection. 
  • Material: Glass, Metal, Fabric
  • Dimensions:   3.5 inches Tall, approx. 3.0 inches in Diameter (at its widest point), 
  • Condition: Vintage - Used.  Excellent Condition. There are no chips or any other damage on this piece.  The atomizer remains soft and pliable.  Wear as acceptable due to age/use.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear  and imperfections. 

I. W. Rice & Co (aka Irving W. Rice & Co), is a distributor who purchases inventory from all over the world and resells it under their brand. Some of the items include: perfume bottles and other vanity items, salt & pepper shakers, table crystal gifts and other accessories.  There is conflicting information as to when they started, we believe it was 1905, another says 1920's, but regardless, they are still around today, located in New York City. They are best known for the beautiful perfume bottles and atomizers, some made of fine Czechoslovakian crystal, they imported in the 1930's. Later they started selling American made pieces, then from West Germany, Japan and today most of their imports are from Taiwan.

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