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PRINCE MATCHABELLI Perfume: Organized in 1926 by Prince Georges Matchabelli, of Italian background. He and his wife managed the business in New York until 1936 when it was sold. The product name was continued and remains a favorite today. We can discover no clue as to when the examples found in Marigold C.G. were produced.
Having grown up during the 1940s, we can recall various lovely perfume atomizers in the various department stores. It was a thrill to receive one for a birthday or Christmas gift.
Many of the spray mechanisms used in these perfume atomizers were patented by Thomas DeVilbiss of Toledo, Ohio in 1922. Most of the bottles were of non-iridized glass, with some having been produced in Europe.
Left - DeVilBiss - Sold for $50 each in April 2010.
Right - De VilBiss Atomizer.
PANELED Atomizer- Courtesy Rick & Debbie Graham.
Star Stopper - Sold for $90.
Hobnail and Panels Atomizer (marked USA).
Acid Etched Atomizer.
Feather Stopper - Sold for $90.
Left - Marigold over Moonstone Atomizer - 7 inches tall.
Right - Perfume Atomizer - Unmarked - 7 inches tall.
Perfume Bottle in Marigold.
PERFUME ATOMIZERS - Sold for $65 on March 6, 2010 - Wroda Auction.
Dean & Diane Fry, Feb. 2014
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