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    Posted 9 years ago

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    Love this large bottle, which glows under a black light, but not sure of the maker? I am thinking bohemian? maybe early american? any thoughts greatly appreciated

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    1. inky inky, 9 years ago
      wow! stunning...:-)
    2. Perfumer Perfumer, 9 years ago
      It is a tad of 9 inches tall, the base at its widest is close to 4 inches; and I just noticed on the base it has E 206 scratched on the base, but no matchig numberon the stopper, but Definitely original, not a marriage - :) and thanks for the comments, I love this, so different - have one other I am going to post - I am thinking American, but no clue at all on it - :)
    3. Perfumer Perfumer, 9 years ago
      Thanks czechman - I don't collect cruets; so am not sure; but bought this with a few other perfume bottles at an auction, supposedly all from the same perfume collection? so believe? it to be a perfume - maybe a cruet collector has a better idea?
    4. dasullywon dasullywon, 9 years ago
      I think Bohemian as well. The shape and decor definately say Bohemia late 19th C, and Moser is a good place to start. Definately too large for a perfume. Love the design, shape and color. I wonder if this was part of a set?
    5. Perfumer Perfumer, 9 years ago
      Thanks dasullywon; would love to see a set of this - LOL! so, if not a perfume, what do you think it was used for? If a cruet? as I don't know anything about them? Thanks :) :) :)
    6. dasullywon dasullywon, 9 years ago
      If it's a decanter there might be matching glasses; if a cruet it might have come as a matching pair (oil & vinegar). And if it is a very large perfume it might have come with an entire dresser set including tray, pin box, hair receiver, who knows? Fun to imagine what else might be out there.
    7. Hedgewalker Hedgewalker, 9 years ago
      WOW That is one of the most beautiful pieces I have seen !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      I believe this is Bohemian also.Please post pic under blacklight ??
    8. Perfumer Perfumer, 9 years ago
      Hi Hedgewalker :). Will take a pic when I get home and post it! :). Tickled you like it!!!
    9. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 9 years ago
      Can we see a pic of the etching. with that mark on the bottom I think harrach is very very likely
    10. Perfumer Perfumer, 9 years ago
      Hi - just posted a couple extra photos; I hope you can see the etching Greatsnowyowl, I know it is hard to see - thanks!
    11. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 9 years ago
      the photos arent' showing up for me? Brian did a blog post about harrachs markings on cut and engraved glass.

      do the markings look like these?
    12. Perfumer Perfumer, 9 years ago
      Hi Greatsnowyowl;

      I did a separate post; I wasn't sure how to add the pics here? I will go check out the blog - thanks so much for the information! Let me know if you can't see my other post? Thanks again!

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