An early 20th century George V cut crystal perfume bottle.
The bottle has a sterling silver hinged lid with hall marks for Birmingham, the year 1926 and the maker’s mark for Henry Clifford Davis.
The glass body of the bottle is finely cut and engraved with flowers and foliage and has a ground pontil mark underneath.
The perfume bottle has a glass stopper inside the hinged lid and the top of the lid is ceramic with hand painted decoration.
The cut crystal and silver are in good condition though the ceramic top is crazed. (Circa 1926)
Height 15cm (5.9 inches)
Diameter 9cm (3.5 inches)