Antique Gold and Enamel Scent Bottle with Gold Carrying Chain
The modified oval bottle applied with enamel on both sides depicting garden scenes with female figures and playful cherubs, edged by stylized gold petals surmounted by a line of gold leaves and florets, topped by a light blue enamel ball with similar decoration and pierced gold scrollwork, circa 1880-1900. 3 1/2 x 1 11/16 inches.
C Property of Caroline Peterson Dick, Wife of the Late U.S. Senator Charles W.F. Dick of Ohio
Additional Notes & Condition Report
MInor chip & scratch on bush on upper right, slightly visible to eye, small chip on other side on bush on upper right, visible to eye, visible scratch/chip by maiden's foot, several nicks/chips under baby, slightly visible to eye.
Overall good condition. 3 1/2 x 1 11/16".
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