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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Guerlain Pocket Flacon c1850-1880

Guerlain- (années 1850-1880)

Rarissime flacon de poche en verre incolore pressé moulé en forme de médaillon gainé de cuir avec réserve sur chaque face, col gainé de laiton, avec son bouchon boule en laiton avec touche oreilles. signé en creux dans le cuir : «Guerlain Paris». h : 7,5cm

Rare pocket bottle, colorless pressed molded glass medallion shaped, wrapped in leather with reserves on each side, brass wrapped collar, with ball shaped cap with brass button earrings. stamped into the leather, "Guerlain Paris." h: 7,5 cm

photo by couteau bergarie

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