Bacorn's Violet Ammonia Brand Vintage New York Perfume Bottle Label
This antique bottle label was used by The Bacorn Co., Elmira, New York. Embossed label with gold trim, flowers. Toilet water was a term used for a light cologne or perfume, it was lightly scented and contained alcohol.
- 1.25 x 3.50 inches in size.
- Printed in the 1920s.
- Mint condition.
An original label, not a copy, not a computer-printed art print. A vintage label intended to be pasted on a bottle, but never used. Old stock from a warehouse find. When shopping at a store during this time period, this is the actual label you would have found on a can.