In 1924, Jean Philippe Worth, back from a trip to the Italian lakes, asked a friend to design for him a starred bottle to remind him of the wonderful Italian nights.
Originally presented in an orb shaped Art Deco-styled flacon, known as the "boule", made by René Lalique.
The earliest design for the stopper was a disc with an eclipsed moon of crystal-polished glass in bas-relief against a cobalt-stained sky filled with raised, crystal-polished stars. This style stopper was available from the mid-1920's through the mid-1930's,
Dans la Nuit (1924)
R.Lalique bottle made in 1924 for Worth : "Dans La Nuit"
Signed R. LALIQUE in the mold (under) and etched 'Lalique France' by hand.
Both bottle and box are in very good condition. The stopper open easily and the bottle is full of perfume (exquisite...) that can be sent separately.
Size of bottle is H: 3 in. Diam: 2,2 in.
Size of box is 4,5 in. x 3,3 in. H: 2,35 in.
Price: 400 €