These two scent-sational perfume atomizers each feature a beautiful belle embracing an oversized perfume bottle.
This nude nymph is by the Czechoslovakian Royal Dux Porcelain. Seven inches tall, she has a replaced bulb. The old bulbs and hoses were made of rubber that hardened or warped as it aged and were often covered with a silk net that similarly decayed over the decades.
Underneath she carried the applied pink triangle unique to Dux and the incised numbers "3009" and "7." After 1918, pieces were also marked "Made In Czechoslovakia."
This flapper with her flacon was produced by the French company Ereblè., which specialized in perfume atomizers. It is 6.75 inches tall and retains its original hardware stamped "Made in France.
Underneath it is marked not only "Ereblè Limoges" and "France," but also with the intertwined "C" and "S" of Charles Serpaut, who produced perfume bottles, lamps, and other decorative porcelain items in the Limoges region beginning in the 1920s
A close up showing her beautifully painted and stylized face.