This perfume bottle was made 1930s-1940s era. It is made of pressed glass. The bottle has a wing edged design on both sides and varied vertical slashes between the winged sides. The bottle is 3.5 inches tall and 2.5 inches wide. The bottom is indented and is ground smooth. There are bubbles in the glass as is normal for this era of glass production. The stopper is a long oval shape is is open except for a bar about 2 inches from the top. The stopper is about 5 inches long overall and has a daisies and leaves as the design which matches the daisies design on the top of the bottle. At its widest point, the stopper is about 2 inches across. This bottle is in very good to excellent condition with no chips or cracks. This bottle was black light tested and glowed a yellow green when tested. It was probably made by Imperial Glass or possibly by New Martinsville Glass Co. This bottle makes a bold statement and it is one worth paying attention to. Give this bottle to a friend and receive raving reviews or buy it for yourself and enjoy.