Baccarat, we think, though it could ostensibly be St. Louis. Both would have been making similar scent bottles, mid-1800s, with the decorative motifs that hailed back a century to the Louis XV era: flower baskets, bows, garlands. The raised gold enamel work on this one is very fine and very well preserved. I got carried away with the image size so you could see how lovely it is, but in person it's delicate and far more lovely. Original stopper, a bit of the gold disturbed on top, would have probably been more a flower or starburst. You see the French number on stopper, matching it to the perfectly fitted neck of its mouth-blown bottle. You can use or display this one.
Very good to excellent condition for age and type. No real flaws notable by way of chip or anything. Gold enamel on stopper's top is slightly worn or chipped away. I think it's a criss-cross of lines with a raised gold enamel heart, originally. The rest of the gold is intact, spectacular. Measurements noted on photos, but it is 4" tall with stopper in place, and has a round shape with 2.75" center diameter. Nice larger size as these go.
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