Russian Glass Bottle Jar

19th-century for Perlov and Sons


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A Russian glass bottle jar, most probably used as a tea caddy. The milk-white color glass with brightly colored Russian enamels, in the theme of florals and botanicals. The jar was probably crafted for Perlov & Sons, who were known as tea suppliers to the Imperial Court and founded in 1787. The jar 19th century, circa 1880-1900. The bottle has a wonderful contrast between the opaline white ground and the vivid blue, green, and orange decoration with the hand-painted gilt decorated ornamental highlights.

The neck of the vase with partially worn Cyrillic legend and retains the original receipt acquired in Russia in the 1960s. A wonderfully colorful and vibrant decorative object perfect for creating unique and exquisite tabletop decor with an element of the richly colorful Russian decorative style.


The bottle measures 6.75 inches in height and 4.5 inches in diameter.


The bottle with minor surface imperfections and small edge chips to the edge of the bottle’s top rim.

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