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philmac51, thanks for commenting on this thread. It brought up some information that I had lost from 2 years ago regarding Palda! Cheers! Judy
dgavin, it is a lovely Victorian era probably Bohemian perfume bottle "shaker", pre atomizers. So, around 1880-90. The "mirror silver" is probably mercury paint. I can't really see the photo very wel...
LOVE the Art Deco, regardless of the name~
Nice! Judy P
Michelle, what a lovely display. JudyP
I hate do rain on your parade, but these perfume bottles are made in Taiwan and are seen with a clear oval label "Glass Act Studio Crafted (or Made) in Taiwan". They were imported by A.A. Importers. T...
Hi, truthordare, The more I collect, research and study the more I learn about glass, and the more I am surprised! I can't say about these particular pieces, but I have learned that some of this styl...
Thanks. Primarily atomizers. I did a google and found several bottles with caps and collars, but not too many atomizers. See you in cyberspace. :)
And pardon my manners, Michelleboo7, your vase is beautiful as are your other posts!
I love how these posts intertwine and overlap. I am especially grateful for the research which you have all shared. I am researching perfume bottles and atomizers and ran across the DL mark. Thanks to...
Thanks for the reply and the information, Craig. I appreciate your taking the time. Judy
Hi, it's nice to see that some of these older threads continue to live on. I always learn so much from them. I have a couple of questions regarding Karl/Karel Palda. I see that welzebub, 3 years a...
I can dig it! It does have the Harrach look. Did you ever get a positive ID?
Karen, Are those people perfume bottles? Cool pix!
WOW! So nice!
Did you ever get a positive ID on this bottle? It is wonderful.
Thanks, Graceo512. Sorry, I just now saw your reply. Yes, mine would have had an atomizer bulb attached so that the perfume would spray out. Still hoping to find the maker of mine and what that stamp...
Marcel Rochas - 1952 https://cleopatrasboudoir.blogspot.com/2014/03/marcel-rochas-perfumes.html
These are cute porcelain bottles made for the tourist trade in Greece. They contained a solid perfume. Often there will be a label stating Greece and the name of the perfume.
Some of the companies who made these in the 1950s were: Empire Art E & J B Empire Art Globe Stylebuilt Apollo Mattison Guildcrest Silvercraft Most of these glass bottles were decorated with 2...
From a fellow perfume bottle collector, what a great find!
Hi, Bob, I am still looking for your bottle. In the meantime I have a favor to ask of you. May I have permission to use your photo of the Bruder Rachmann label for educational purposes with my fello...
Grace0512, Thanks for the comment. Can you tell me in what way yours is similar? Color? Shape? Silver Overlay? The atomizer hardware? Thanks.
Hi, LOUMANAL I have never seen this bottle before. But I will definitely keep on my radar scope.
Thanks everyone for the compliments. Still looking for the maker.
Well, I paid $32.50 for mine, based on the seller's description of it being in good shape, which it was NOT. The bottle had a huge chip and the "ornament" had two flaws, so I wound up getting it for $...
Hi, Loumanal, No, this is not a DeVilbiss atomizer (hardware or bottle). If DeVilbiss had made the hardware/fittings then it would not have Czechoslovakia stamped on the metal. They did buy glass bla...
I collect DeVilbiss atomizers, and agree with you that there isn't a lot of information on the compacts. I am only guessing, but I would say this compact would be after WWII. I have the compiled book ...
This is a pressed glass atomizer perfume bottle, minus the puffer. I have the same one, same color, same design. Not worth millions. Sorry. :)
Possibly, Nason & C. black Murano glass vase with copper Aventurine inclusions, from their 'Avventurina' range, labelled. http://www.20thcenturyglass.com/glass_encyclopedia/murano_glass/vnason_glas...
I suspect it is Imported from China. Google Murano Glass Parrot (that is what the internet calls them). Yours does not have the fine hand blown detail and lines as Murano glass. And don't forget, M...
This answers a question that I have had about some vanity pieces I have that I believe were imported by IRice. This Japan link has opened up a whole new realm for m. Thanks.
WOW! This is awesome. Judy P
Hi, TimeTraveller. Thanks for the note. Yes, I am a Fentonaholic! LOL. I can't tell from the lighting, but are your bottles Turquoise or Pastel Green? Either way they are lovely. I have had my eye o...
Thanks, Warren, for this information. I always learn something from your posts. I believe this has helped me ID a perfume atomizer that has a silhouette.
Here is a little more info. Looks like Bruder Rachmann was the atomizer maker, like DeVilbiss. https://perfumeatomizers.blogspot.com/p/czechoslovakian-bottles.html?fref=gc&dti=576447665711539
Oh, and your bottle appears to be 1920s-30s.
What a wonderful find, LOUMANAL!! I collect, research, study and obcess perfume bottles and atomizers. If you don't mind I am sharing your post on our IPBA (International Perfume Bottle Association) F...
Hi, sklo42! Yes, it is the black and orange. I am beginning to find that out. LOL. I am just trying to start with a maker that used this technique on anything. It's the only starting point I can think...
I just acquired a perfume bottle with the "see through" spatter. Hoping to find someone who knows who made these? My bottle is clear casing over black and orange. I do like the colors in yours. Go...
I am a huge lover of colored glass. These displays are wonderful. Hope you don't live in earthquake territory. :)
Beautiful. Love it!
Possibly Whiting Davis Co. Open the hinge and look inside along the metal band that closes. May just be marked Germany. Circa 1920-1930.
I love the comparisons. I collect perfume bottles and run into similar nuances. There can be something very minuscule about the differences, and the novice collector can't see it. I can only speak for...
btw, it is spelled Boulton & Mills. Cheers. http://theantiquarian.us/Hist.%20Boulton%20and%20Mills%20.htm Audnam Glassworks – Boulton and Mills, 1861 to 1926 William Webb Boulton, son ...
Thanks, sklo42. :)
Love the colors, and the shape of the atomizer and the powder wonderful. Beautiful example.
Hello, OzMarty. I thought we decided this was Ruckl. I have the perfume atomizer bottle with the same design and was told it was Ruckl.
How precious! I have not seen this set before. Very 60s for sure.
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