A large, rare, cut and moulded pink glass scent bottle, the pierced circular stopper featuring two female forms draped in swirling cloth within a floral border. The hexagon shaped bottle has an eight sided facet cut rim, upper windows between acid finish nude female forms, sloped and polished side panels, and a textured floor over a polished base. Condition: wear to the under-base; minor surface age and use wear; light interior residue; nothing further found - if you have any questions about this item, contact me. Seller operates a 100% purchase price money back returns policy if not completely satisfied. Circa 1930s, unmarked but definitely by Heinrich Hoffmann, Gablonz; bottle form can be found on page 61 of the 1933-34 catalogue, the stopper on page 56. From the collection of a retired feature film producer. Article measured in centimetres and rounded to the nearest quarter inch. Height 21cm/8.5in, width 15.5cm/6.25in, depth 5cm/2in.
The date of manufacture has been declared as c.1930s
This item is SOLD and is no longer available to purchase. The seller of the item was Richard Hoppé Fine Antiques.