16 - 17 June 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A LARGE GROUP OF FRENCH AND CONTINENTAL GLASS SCENT BOTTLES,
SOME WITH ACID STAMP FOR BACCARAT AND OTHER MAKER'S, 19TH-20TH CENTURY,
the Baccarat wares comprising three variously decorated gilt scent bottles and stoppers, a gilt bottle with atomizer, and a bottle with Buddha-shaped stopper; a Lalique molded glass bottle with an atomizer; and forty-one other bottles, variously decorated, some with silver mounts; together with a ceramic bottle and stopper and an American silver bottles with atomizer, marked 'Stelring'
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The largest Baccarat bottle 7in. (17¾in.) high (107)
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