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 ...
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. ...
Vintage Methusaleh-sized empty champagne bottle from the Epernay
champagne house of Pol Rogers, royal purveyor to King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of England. Holds the equivalent of eight standard champagne bottles. Label wear, small chip at base.