This is a delightful Victorian (1889) antique silver lidded & porcelain speckled bird's egg perfume bottle. The porcelain bottle has lovely subtle beige-green colour, with highly detailed and realistic speckles. It is in a matt finish that looks and feels like the real eggshell.
S tamped on the bottom Reg No. 20772, by James Macintyre & Co.The company where Moorcroft worked. The porcelain is in excellent condition. The sterling silver screw lid is fully hallmarked and has cork lining in the interior. HALLMARKS : Birmingham , SILVER fineness 925. MAKER Cornelius Saunders and Francis Shepherd.
DIMENSION : Diameter: 2.5cm (1). Height: 4.3cm (1 3/4) approx. CONDITION : Very good condition, no damage to the porcelain, the silver lid has minor dents.We only sell genuine vintage and antiques. The item "Macintyre Porcelain Bird's Egg Sterling Silver Victorian Scent Perfume Bottle" is in sale since Thursday, May 6, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Bottles".
The seller is "regencysilver" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.