Say hello to this sexy 1920s sterling Art Deco perfume bottle, and don’t be shy about inviting her into your boudoir on the first date… She is bold and strong and equally prepared to showcase your design aesthetic as well as your fragrance. There is a single shallow depression on one side of the bottle (pictured), just in case you were afraid she was too good to be true!
The design world spent the Edwardian period resplendent in the flowing organic curves of nature. With the 1920s came the urge for modernity. Layered lines drawn from geometry rather than nature influenced even the most traditional designs. The clam shell motif, once soft and inviting, transformed into it’s modern counterpart: Bold, sexy graduated shoulders dropping to a slender waist.
This particular sterling Art Deco perfume bottle is certainly true era 1920s, and given the absence of markings, likely cast by a boutique artisan silversmith. She stands 2.25 inches tall and is 2 inches wide at the shoulder, weighing 39 grams (1.5 ounces) of unmarked sterling silver, not including the funnel. The perfume funnel is also sterling silver, though I can’t confirm it’s from the same era as the bottle.
** Our fine perfume collectibles are always boxed for shipping. **
Please take your time with the photos and consider them part of the description. This is the actual item you will receive. Let me know if you have any questions and feel free to check out the many perfume bottles available in my shop! If you prefer to make your purchase on a platform like Etsy, this Art Deco delight is listed in my shop there as well.