Refined bottle of perfume in green opaline, most certainly Baccarat, Louis Philippe period.
Beautiful deep green colour (the filter of our digital camera cannot capture the real colour which is more intense than the one you see in the pictures). The opaline glass reveals all its splendour in the sunlight. Obviously made entirely by hand with its charming imperfections.
In well preserved condition with normal signs of age, wear on gilding, some manufacturing defects and a micro-shock on the bottle and some microchips inside the cap (see condition and defects on detailed photos).
Total height: 11 cm
Diameter: 6.5 cm
Total weight 262 g
Unsigned It was only from 1936 that the crystal factories replaced the label in lieu of a signature, which left after a few washes, with the famous acid-etched stamp.
Very careful shipping with suitable equipment, tracked delivery against signature on receipt.
"Baccarat opaline: the Baccarat factory launched into opaline quite late, circa 1825. Production started in a rather artisanal way and continued until the 1840s. With the advent of the Second Empire, Baccarat's production industrialised, but without compromising the quality. The manufactory produces tableware in particular and develops specific colours, of which a dark blue, a parrot green and then, during the Second Empire, purple and yellow. Some colours such as yellow and green are less common because they are very difficult to make.
- Botella de perfume
- Opalina verde y oro.
- Luis Felipe
- Periodo estimado
- Primera mitad del siglo XIX
- País de origen
- Buen estado - usado y con pequeños signos de los años y con imperfecciones