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- Author unknown
- Dimensions height: without stopper: 16.8 cm
- ID no. FZRS/101
- Availability private collection
- Collector Katarzyna Sosenko / Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation
- Object copyright Katarzyna Sosenko
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project
The perfume bottle made of milk glass has the form of a decanter with an elongated neck. The body of the vessel, extending at the top, smoothly runs into a neck topped by a flange, on which triple profiling in the form of rings is visible.more
The perfume bottle made of milk glass has the form of a decanter with an elongated neck. The body of the vessel, extending at the top, smoothly runs into a neck topped by a flange, on which triple profiling in the form of rings is visible. The high stopper, with the fanciful shape of a cone, has a hemispherical base. The body of the bottle is richly decorated: on the white background, there is a carpet ornament composed of flowers and vegetal tendrils, and on the blue background – stars painted with a golden paint and three flowers made of tiny beads, attached to the body. The flowers on the white background are yellow and blue and are surrounded by maroon leaves. All the shapes have been encircled with a golden contour. The white and blue fields are divided by golden lines composed of a convex astragal. The profiled rings on the neck of the bottle have also been painted with strips of golden paint. On the stopper, there is also a strip of golden paint and gilding with traces of wear.
Elaborated by Katarzyna Sosenko (Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation), Editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums,
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Poland License.