Posted 3 years ago
These were some Flea Market finds this past weekend.
The De Vilbiss perfume bottle is missing it's atomizer, but I thought it was a beautiful bud vase when I found it, didn't know it was a 1920's perfume atomizer until I was able to research it. I'm not sure of the glass maker, De Vilbiss used many different ones, to make the bottles for the atomizer, that he developed, but this one is probably made in the U.S.A., although he did use Bohemian glass companies also. The 1 1/4" black glass with gold flex Bottle is 5 1/2" tall, with a tapered stem to a 2 1/4" base, that's marked with a gold De Vilbiss, and has a gold plated? threaded cap, for the Atomizer to screw into.
The vintage oval Dorothy Gray Compact, with black mask, and rhinestones, has a Savoir Faire powder, and mirror, marked in etched script Dorothy Gray, and printed DOROTHY GRAY LTD., DISTR., NEW YORK on the bottom, is 3 7/8" wide, 3" depth, and 1/2" thick. It has a push button latch.
The 2 3/8"dia. Monet 2 mirror gold tone case has a purple, with green dots resin enamel, on a cross hatch design, it's contemporary, with a magnetic latch.
The ceramic/pottery high heel shoe, is burgundy, with white applied ceramic stars over the surface, with a green interior, and applied petals around the rim, it's probably from the 1940's, and is 4 3/4" tall, 4 3/4" long, and 2" wide.
Thanks for looking, and all comments or questions welcome! :^)