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This vintage unmarked perfume atomizer has a fluted design with a checkered design on the bottom and gold and silver accents. The top of the atomizer is round and the fluted shape widens out towards the base. It could very much be a DeVilbiss, but it is not marked and there is no way to tell.

History--In 1888, Toledo's Dr. Allen DeVilbiss developed an atomizer. DeVilbiss used the atomizer to spray a small dose of medicine down the throats of his patients. Later on, the atomizer was re-purposed as a spray finisher. In the early 1900's, atomizers began to be used to hold perfume. By the time of World War I, many G.I.'s who were returning home from France through Paris picked up perfumes in atomizer bottles for their sweethearts and wives back home.

The atomizer is empty, but there is a little perfume residue left inside, and the siphon tube it's still attached. The bulb is still soft and works great!

Vintage Perfume Atomizer Blue Bottle with Working Bulb

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: glass
  • Ships worldwide from Texas, United States
  • Feedback: 68 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people