Cameo Scent Bottle with Flowers

Object Name: 
Cameo Scent Bottle with Flowers

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Object Name: 
Cameo Scent Bottle with Flowers
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall H: 10 cm, W: 3.9 cm, D: 2.9 cm
On Display
about 1880-1900
1879 (silver)
Credit Line: 
Gift of the Ennion Society
Primary Description: 
Cameo Scent Bottle with Flowers. (a) Translucent red and white glasses, silver, cork; cased, blown, carved, assembled. Flattened teardrop-shaped white on translucent red cameo scent bottle. Bottle decorated with five-petaled flowers and foliage suspended from top of bottle. Threaded silver collar fixed to rim. (b) Undecorated globular silver cap with cork insert (cap has yellowish hue).
Jacobson, Susan Kaplan, Source
S.M. [image of lion, shield, and Roman numeral I]
Stamped (b) around neck of cap hallmark for Sampson Mordan & Co (1880-1887), Sterling, London, 1884
English cameo glass perfume bottles (2020) illustrated, p. 158, T44, T45;
Acquisitions (2017) illustrated, pp. 26-27 (#18); BIB# AI103665
English Cameo Glass (1980) illustrated, p. 264, fig. C207; BIB# 20952