Antique Perfume bottle Larkin Lily of the valley, Art Nouveau style original label, boudoir collectible antique perfume bottle early 1900s

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Antique Perfume bottle Larkin Lily of the valley, Art Nouveau style original label, boudoir collectible antique perfume bottle early 1900s.

DESCRIPTION:
Wonderful and highly collectable antique perfume bottle Larkin Co. Buffalo, Lily of the valley. This antique perfume bottle still has its Art Nouveau graphic original lembossed abel showing lily of the valley flowers, the original stopper with the embossed logo of the brand is still in place. To the back of the bottle there are embossed writings: Larkin Co., Buffalo.

Some history of Larkin Co.:
The Larkin Company, also known as the Larkin Soap Company, was a company founded in 1875 in Buffalo, New York as a small soap factory. It grew tremendously throughout the late 1800s and into the first quarter of the 1900s with an approach called “The Larkin Idea” that transformed the company into a mail-order conglomerate that employed 4,000 people and had annual sales of $28.6 million in 1920. The company’s success allowed them to hire Frank Lloyd Wright to design the iconic Larkin Administration Building which stood as a symbol of Larkin prosperity until the company’s demise in the 1940s.

HOW TO USE IT:
Very lovely antique perfume bottle with wonderful Edwardian era original label, lily of the valley theme, perfect to add to a collection of antique vanities and to display in your boudoir decor, this antique perfume bottle could of course be a very nice idea for a gift to a really special person!

CONDITIONS:
Very good antique conditions, no chips to the glass bottle, label shows only minumum wear along edges as normal for a so old perfume bottle, colors are still brilliant and attractive.

MEASURES:
3 3/4″ (9.2 cm) tall and the base is 1 1/4″ (3.3 cm) by 1 1/4″ (3.3 cm).

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