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.800 Silver Perfume container with sponge applicator. The lid of the oval container has an embossed pastoral scene of a cherub holding a bunch of grapes. Sides embossed with garlands and wreaths. When opened the sponge has a strong scent.Â Bottom marked â€ś.800 silver, Made in Italy.â€ť In the 1730s the French artist Francois Boucher painted The Cherub Grape-pickers, and at least since then cherubs with grapes has been popular with artists and sculptures. 3/4â€ť x 1-3/4.â€ť
2 piece Evening in Paris Gift Set. Top of cardboard boxÂ covered with cellophane and trimmed in silver and cobalt blue foil, bottom of box in blue foil, 4-1/2â€ť x 5.â€ť
- .50 Fl Oz Cologne
- Tiny bottle of Eau De Toilette
When the Collector bought the bottle in Budapest in 2001 she was told by the seller bought the bottles in that although the bottles werenâ€™t original the molds were and that a limited number were made from the original molds that were discovered in the late 1990s in the Bohemian village of Desna. They are not marked but photos and information available online suggests that they are Desna designs. DATE: Original molds 1920 to 1940. Amber colored bottle with intaglio glass stopper of dancing nymph in waterfall. Bottle and stopper in art deco skyscraper style. Bottle 2-1/4â€ť plus 5-1/2â€ť stopper.
Cheramy purse size â€śApril Showersâ€ť perfume Bottle encased in a hinged chrome flask cover. Cover ribbed in popular art deco style, with a green screw off plastic top. 1-1/4â€ť x 1-3/4â€ť plus top.Â Original label. Paris, New York.
Art deco geometric figural flapper in shades of blue, the stopper a white porcelain womanâ€™s head, hair black flapper style with red lips and earrings. The head is attached to the cork which holds the glass dauber. Bottom marked â€śBavaria.â€ťÂ The collector has seen the same bottle being sold as part of a three piece set which included a man and child. 6â€ť from top of head stopper to the bottom of the bottle.
Opaque black bottle with clear faceted stopper.Â Bottle 3 sided, each side with a dancing nymph in relief.Â Bottle and stopper in art deco style.Â Bottle 4-1/2â€ť plus 2-1/2â€ť stopper.
Deep teal â€śVantines Incense Tinâ€ť in black print â€śLilac, Burning Perfume.â€ť Shows a woman in silver silhouette kneeling besides a stylized tree, she is holding leaves up to her face. Back dark green and black with â€śDirectionsâ€ť and sketch of a Budda. Tin in art deco motif, 3-1/4â€ť x 2-1/2â€ť x 1-2. DATE: â€śLilacâ€ť first appeared on the market in 1940.
â€śDorothy Vernon Toilet Water,â€ť empty glass bottle, on the lithographic label is a grandly dressed woman in red wearing a large green plumed hat. Band around the neck says, â€śThe Jennings Company Perfumers andÂ â€śGrand Rapids, Mich.â€ť Embossed on the brass cap is the company name and the brass stopper with the oval top says â€śDorothyâ€ť and screws into cap.Â Bottom of bottle has a â€ś2 Centsâ€ť postage style stamp that reads, â€ś Proprietary U.S. Internal Revenue.â€ť Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall was a 1902 historical novel written by Charles Major about the life and romances of Dorothy Vernon in Elizabethan England.Â Top of neck to bottom of bottle 6â€ť plus 1-1/4â€ť stopper.Â DATE: Circa 1908.
Evening in Paris 5 piece Boxed Gift Set.Â Cardboard box, lid covered with silver embossed foil with cobalt blue tassel, sides and bottom cobalt blue foil. Items rest on off white silk satin, box 10-1/2â€ť x 8.â€ť DATE: 1950s.
- Â 3-1/4 oz Talcum Powder
- ]2 oz Cologne
- .50 Fl Oz Eau de Toilette
- .15 Fl Oz 1-3/4â€ť cylindrical bottle of Perfume
- Eau de Cologne, 2 oz - Chip board box, lid covered with silver embossed foil w/cobalt blue tassel, sides and bottom cobalt blue foil, items rest on off white silk satin, box 10-1/2â€ť x 8.â€ť DATE: 1950s.
- Talcum Bottle, 3-1/4 oz - Chip board box, lid covered with silver embossed foil w/cobalt blue tassel, sides and bottom cobalt blue foil, items rest on off white silk satin, box 10-1/2â€ť x 8.â€ť DATE: 1950s.
- Purse size, cylindrical glass blue bottle with silver foil tassel
2 Glass bottles of Raphaelâ€™s â€śReplique,â€ťÂ Bottles have their original paper labels with the signature â€śRepliqueâ€ť in script and theÂ glass tulip shaped stoppers with the etched monogramed â€śR.â€ťÂ Bottles have some remaining perfume with sediment.Â Replique was established in Paris in 1930 and launched in the United States in 1946.Â Both belonged to Vivette Ravel Rifkin, mother of the collector and had been a gift from her sister Ruth Ravel Dawe upon her return from European travels. DATE: 1950s and 60s.
- Bottom of bottles embossed with â€śRaphael, Made in France.â€ť Bottle 1-1/2â€ť x 2-1/4â€ť x 1-1/4.â€ť
- Bottle has its original gold cording in place with the red wax seal.Â Bottom stamped â€śRaphael, Made in France, Paris.â€ť Bottle 2â€ť x 2-1/2â€ť by 1-1/4,â€ť plus stopper.
Glass Perfume Bottle and Atomizer Art Deco bottle in geometric pattern in both clear and frosted glass in an art deco skyscraper style. It has a brass plated dome cover and screw on stopper with a glass dauber. The bottom of the bottle is marked â€śMade in France for Saks Fifth Avenue.â€ťÂ The gold net covered atomizer pump bulb not original, it would be unusual to find one that has survived because they were made of rubber. Bottle 4-1/2â€ť plus 2â€ť atomizer. DATE: 1920s into 30s.
2 Irice glass Perfume Bottle Atomizers, bottles in flowery shape and glass stoppers with inset porcelain flowers and plastic daubers. Embossed â€śIriceâ€ť on bottom of bottle. Bottles 2-1/2â€ť at their widest and 1-1/4â€ť high plus stopper.Â DATE: 1950s.
- Pink bottle, pink faceted stopper and flower. Original blue and silver label on bottom, â€śImport Irice & Co. Inc., Japan.
- Light lime green bottle, domed clear glass stopper with lime green flower.Â A gold tone cut out design surrounds the dome.
â€śLa Mona Toilet Water,â€ť glass bottle with a brightly colored floral motif lithographic label with a band of the same colors around the neck. Embossed in script across the back of the bottle and around the brass cap, â€śThe Bonheur Co., Inc. Syracuse, N.Y.â€ťÂ A round brass stopper fits into the cap.
Embossed â€ś14 FL. Ouncesâ€ť and on the bottom is a diamond with a capital â€śIâ€ť in the center.TheÂ 6-1/2â€ť bottle is 2/3 full.Â Top of neck to bottom of bottle 7-1/2â€ť plus 3/4â€ť stopper. DATE: 1910 and 20s.
â€śLotion Vegetale de Lâ€™Elephant, Japigny - Parisâ€ť empty glass bottle. Lithographic label features a black elephant against a gold background with touches of pink. Glass stopper. Top of neck to bottom of bottle 8â€ť plus 1-1/4â€ť stopper. DATE: 1920 and 30s.
Set of two matched glass bottles, one with dauber and the other with dauber and atomizer.Â Painted amber color along bottom and top with black vertical and horizontal lines across the body. One bottle with amber pancake style stopper, the other with its original rubber atomizer and ecru crocheted bulb cover.Â Bottles 4â€ť from top of stoppers to bottom.
Nickel over brass Perfume Bottle and screw on stopper with a floral motif. The sides of the square section at the center of the bottle have a hand hammered floral design. The tall 2-1/4â€ť screw on stopper has 5 cut out flowers that rise to a point. Dauber is attached to the stopper.
Opaque maroon red glass Perfume Bottle in Art Deco skyscraper style with a square tiered black stopper. Bottom marked "France." Â Fragrance was Duska by Langlois. 2" tall and 1" wide. DATE: Circa 1928.
â€ťShockingâ€ť by the Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli.The glass bottle in the shape of a tailorâ€™s dummy, is reminiscent of the surrealistic movement she embraced. The bottle has the dressmakerâ€™s measuring tape across the front and a bouquet of red, blue, green, yellow and white small glass flowers along the top with a frosted stopper and glass dauber. Label on the bottom of the box reads, â€ś Shocking De Schiaparelli, No. 19841 T.S.S.A. Perfumes Schiaparelli, Paris - Francia, Representantes Exclusivos Products Franceses Atlantida, S.A. No. 77 - Mexico, D.F.â€ť Stamped on the bottom, â€śBox Made in France.â€ť â€śShocking,â€ť her first and most famous fragrance was introduced in 1936. Scent in bottle. Bottle 2-3/4â€ť from top of stopper to bottom.Â Bottle belonged to Vivette Ravel Rifkin, mother of the collector, and had been a gift her sister Ruth Ravel Dawe brought back from France. DATE: 1950s.
â€śSweet Pea Priereâ€ť Perfume Bottle made of embossed glass with a square amber translucent bakelite stopper.Â The bottle sits on a round tiered wood base. There is a short gold tassel at the top of the bottle. The bottle has a black oval paper label that in addition to the name says â€śNew York.â€ťÂ The perfume house of Fioret, Inc. was imported in the USA by F. Salathe & Co. of New York starting in 1921. Although Sweet Pea was introduced in that same year the translucent bakelite stopper would suggest this bottle was from the 40s. Bottle 5-1/4â€ť from top of stopper to bottom of base.Â DATE: 1940s.