This wonderful set of three boxed perfume bottles was made c. Woodworth and Son of Rochester, New York c. Chauncey Woodworth started his business with perfumer Reuben Brunnel in 1856. He became the sole proprietor of the business in 1860. It its early years, the business produced perfumes, soaps and other toilet articles as well as perfume bottles.
After the Civil War the company was rated as one of the leading perfumers in America. Woodworth was joined by his son in 1865 and the company became Woodworth & Son. Our set of three bottles include: "White Rose", Ess.One bottle has two of the original 2 cent Internal Revenue Proprietary stamps and another has one such stamp. These stamps feature a portrait of Chauncey Woodworth. The set is in great condition but has two rather small chips on the underside of rim of the "West End" bottle (see our photos).
The bottles are 4.25" tall with a diameter of about 1.5". The box is 6" wide x 5" deep x 3 tall. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Vanity, Perfume & Shaving\Perfumes\Decorative Glass/Crystal". The seller is "phinneyfarm" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.Woodworth & Son