Pair of 1930s Czechoslovakian Cut Glass Perfume or Scent Bottles
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This is a pair of highly attractive glass perfume or scent bottles of Bohemian origin and dating to around the 1930s.
Each bottle has a flattened discoid rim and a short neck. There is a broad domed shoulder, which is cut around the edge with a ring of oval-shaped facets. The body then tapers in and widens out again as it approaches the thickened base. The latter is star cut and unmarked.
The body is cut with a complex motif formed from star, arc and fan cuts, with kite-shaped panels filled with fine lattices.
The stopper is of solid multifaceted ball form. The peg of the stopper and the interior of the neck are ground to allow for close fitting.
The glass has a pale-yellow tint, which is common in Czech glass.
Each bottle has a height (including the stopper) of approximately 15.8cm, with a diameter across the rim of about 4.2cm and across the base of about 6.7cm.
They are in good condition, with the odd graze to the faceting on the stoppers and some wear and tear scratches to the bodies and bases commensurate with age.
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