Goya ‘Goya Heather’ Perfume Bottle in Original Box c.1940s-50s
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This is a highly unusual example of a bottle of perfume from the British manufacturer Goya.
The bottle is made from glass in three globular sections. It is still shrink-wrapped in plastic with the string around the lid. The top is printed with the words ‘GOYA HEATHER’.
The bottle comes in the original white and gold box, which is fabric-lined. The exterior is trimmed in gold and is printed in green with the words ‘GOYA HEATHER GOYA’.
Early bottles such as these are very hard to come by. This specimen has come from the private collection of the late Mr Ernest (Ernie) Joyner, who was the chief chemist at Goya for many decades.
The bottle has a height of approximately 8.0cm.
It is in excellent condition, having never been used, however there has been a loss of about 50% of the perfume due to evaporation and also there is some foxing to the exterior of the box.
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