I wonder if anyone can help me with this bottle.
Bichara Saisit la Fortune.
I can't find this shape or this label on the www.
I find that "Saisit la Fortune" was released in 1917.
But is this the real thing ?
Does anyone know if Baccarat made these bottles even though there are no Baccarat marks anywhere ?
I'd guess no to Baccarat. For one thing it was WWI and I read that while they were able to stay open it was largely do to adapting themselves to the war effort. I'm not sure where making perfume bottles for a company in Syria would fit even though France and Syria were connected in some ways, Then again, I don't see a large reason for a supply of fine crystal glass at all, except maybe binocular lenses.
That's just my thinking and I have been proved wrong before.
Sure looks legit to me. Baccarat makes crystal, correct? Is it crystal? I don't think I've ever seen an embossed bottle made out of crystal before.
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