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This is an early and rare George V era sterling silver topped cranberry glass perfume bottle, by the silversmith Charles May, and fully hallmarked for Birmingham 1911. The glass bottle, which has a deep cranberry color, is cylindrical in shape and has been mounted with a sterling silver thread and it has a sterling silver screw fit top.
The silver top has a beautiful, floral repoussè decoration to all surfaces, consisting of flowers, leaves and buds. The top is fully hallmarked with the makers mark 'CM' (Charles May), the lion passant (925 Sterling), the anchor (Birmingham), and the date letter 'm' (1911 -1912). Condition is fairly good for nearly 100 years. There is a flea bite to the edge of the bottom that is extremely hard to photograph. The top has an excellent and tight fit. The bottle measures 2 3/4" in length, with a diameter of 5/8" ( 7cm x 1.7cm). A beautiful gift for that special someone.


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Rare George V Cranberry Perfume/ Flacon Scent Bottle with Sterling Silver Top c.1911


Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: Cranberry Glass, Sterling Silver
  • Only ships within United States.
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