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Perfume Bottle by Ercole Barovier 1940s

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    Posted 3 years ago

    dj-reverb
    (244 items)

    Perfume bottle by Ercole Barovier in his Cordonato D' Oro decor. The term Cordnato D'oro basically translates to cords of gold. Barovier developed the technique in the late 40's.
    Stands 3 1/4" tall
    width 3 1/2"

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      I guess no stopper for this one Jason? Still what a beauty! :^)
    2. dj-reverb dj-reverb, 3 years ago
      Thanks Bill! No stopper...Couldn't pass it up though. It's in beautiful condition. ;)
    3. Rick55 Rick55, 3 years ago
      What you have here DJ is a perfume bottle by Ercole Barovier in his Cordonato D' Oro decor. The term Cordnato D'oro basically translates to cords of gold. Barovier developed the technique in the late 40's.

      Here's one I posted a while back: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/148505-barovier-and-toso-cordonato-d-oro-zebrati.

      You can clearly see the well-defined golden cords under the ribs. This is the most commonly found example of the decor. A less common example, like yours, still uses the ribs, but the cords are made up of a series of little golden elongated and round bubbles.

      Here are some examples of your style of CDO.

      https://imgur.com/a/PCPRY

    4. dj-reverb dj-reverb, 3 years ago
      Rick thank you so much for the wealth of knowledge! I appreciate you taking the time to explain Cordonato D' Oro decor and giving links. Ill be picking up more pieces tomorrow. Couple vases. Hope to hear your input. Thanks again!
    5. Rick55 Rick55, 3 years ago
      You're welcome D.J. I haven't been on CW much, but I just so happened to open it, and Guess what jumped out at me… your piece, so I had to take a look...
      I hope to see your new one's :)

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