Vintage COTY Miniature French Glass Perfume Bottle in Metal Fitted Box
Vintage COTY Miniature French Glass Perfume Bottle in Metal Fitted Box
Vintage COTY Miniature French Glass Perfume Bottle in Metal Fitted Box
Vintage COTY Miniature French Glass Perfume Bottle in Metal Fitted Box
Vintage COTY Miniature French Glass Perfume Bottle in Metal Fitted Box
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Vintage COTY Miniature French Glass Perfume Bottle in Metal Fitted Box. Art Deco 1930s.

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This is a very collectable vintage miniature perfume bottle made by Coty.

The bottle is contained in a shiny white metal case - which is hinged and opens up. The bottle sits in a little inbuilt "shelf" which has cut out lettering which reads; COTY - this swivels to allow you to remove the wee bottle easily. The metal case is marked on the base: Made in the USA.

There is an engraved Coty Crest on the front.

The bottle is marked on the bottom made in France - and the stopper is similar to that you might find on Lalique bottles (so although not marked as such - I think that this is a Lalique bottle). There is a gold paper label on the front of the bottle.

The stopper is quite tight in the perfume bottle neck - I am not sure if it is stuck or not - but don't want to risk a heavy-handed tug in case I damage it.

The box and bottle is about 2 1/4 inches in height.

These wee vanity items would have been designed to slip into a small evening bag - and the glass bottle would have been protected by the metal case.

These perfume accessories from the 1930s are now highly collectable.