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ANTIQUE SILVER ATOMISERS

The first 'atomiser nozzle' was invented in 1887 by Dr Thomas DeVilbiss, who used it to administer medicine to the back of his patients throats. The idea was a success, and he started manufacturing atomiser nozzles for other uses, with the first mention of a perfume atomiser being recorded around 1890 in France. Much rarer than the perfume, or scent, bottle, a silver atomiser makes an ideal dressing table accessory, with good condition early examples being highly sought after.

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L1945: Sterling Silver Art Deco Atomiser

Hallmarked In 1925

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1925 by Charles S. Green & Co., this rare, George V, Sterling Silver Atomiser, is in the Art Deco style, and has a clear glass body with overlaid blue panels. The atomiser measures 6"(15cm) tall with a diameter of 3"(8cm).

£675

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