Perfume bottle by Stylebuilt Accessories, New York, circa
1940-1950s. Large heavily gilded solid brass with a glass encasement "window" which showcases a perfume vial and a spaded heart. The glass-encased perfume vial is accessed by the large filigree three-heart stopper ...
Lalique Clairefontaine "Lily of the Valley" flacon. Originally
designed in 1931 by René Lalique. Topped with a burst of lilies of the valley. Acid-etched on underside in script "Lalique France."
Sparkling blown glass bottle designed by Gerald Gulotta
with wide silver-plate band neck, cut starburst design, and ball-shape ground glass stopper, circa 1970. Marked: “Block Ivima; Hand blown; Portugal; Designed by Gerald Gulotta; Silverplated; Portugal.” Split in silver-plate neck band. ...