Hi, Can anyone help me identify this unusual looking perfume bottle. Height 7.7cm, Length 7.1cm and width 3.8cm. The item was amongst a job lot purchased. I have been able to identify most of the pieces acquired, but this one is not something I have ever seen before and currently experiencing difficulty. The overall shape is irregular. I have tried researching under various names for the bottle and signature markings to base area, but unable to obtain any information or possible leads. It could possibly be a late 19th Century art glass, but to be honest I am only guessing. The overall bottle has a very uneven surface with a mirror effect dependant on lighting to mainly the patterned design area. This patterned design is part of the bottle and does not appear to be applied later as earlier thought. To the base, is a rough concaved pontil mark, measureing approx. 2.1cm dia. This is also irregular in dia. and the surfaces of the sides and base are covered in very small pot holes, which would indicate to me, that old conventional methods were used in the making............... I think. From a central line from the neck to the base line, the shoulders of the bottle are clearly different lengths as the neck is off centred. The neck of the bottle is tapered. The top dia. approx. 1.8cm. and at the base of the neck dia. is 1.4cm. There is a visible rim approx. 0.2mm wide to the lower base of the neck, but might not be clearly visible on pictures taken. The insert stopper is crystal and oval shaped at the top and measures 7.3cm in length. The overall height with the insert in the bottle is 8.7cm in height. Around the insert area dia. that sits tight to the inner neck area, is clearly worn in two different sections which would coincide with the length and taper of the neck of the bottle. I will post additional pictures later to show this. Any help, is appreciated. I am currently still trying to find information about this and will keep you informed if anything comes to light.