Antique French Saint Louis Acid Etched Glass Perfume Bottle Empire Nelly Pattern
Antique French Saint Louis acid etched glass perfume bottle. In the pattern Nelly, this Empire style pattern is listed in the Saint Louis 1908 catalogs. Decorated with neoclassical palmettes an intricate textured surface, embellished with gold gilt accents. Topped with a faceted cut stopper. The stopper is engraved at the base with a number corresponding to a matching number found on the base of the bottle, indicating the stopper is original. Like Baccarat, the Saint Louis cristallerie marked their early wares with a paper label, which was often lost, washed away or worn with time. The cristallerie did not use their acid-etched signature mark until 1936. In overall good antique condition with general wear commensurate with use and age. Stands 5 1/4" tall x 1 3/4" diameter at the base. Other pieces in this pattern can be found in my shop listed separately. Welcome to the Antique Boutique. Our aim is to provide you with a wide selection of quality antiques and collectibles. We describe everything to the best of our ability and the pictures form part of the description. We try to gather as much information about the item before listing, in an effort to offer you with an accurate and honest description. Large, clear and detailed pictures of the item help in this endeavor.
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- Style: Empire
- Material: Glass
- Type: Perfume Bottle
- Color: Clear
- Glassmaking Technique: Etched
- Brand: Saint-Louis
- Country/Region of Origin: France
- Production Style: Art Glass
- Country/Region of Manufacture: France