Violet Perfumed Brand Vintage Frankfort New York Perfume Bottle Label
This antique bottle label was used by Wm. J. Uebler, Frankfort, New York. Image of violets, toilet water was a term used for a light cologne or perfume, it was lightly scented and contained alcohol.
- 3.25 x 4.50 inches in size.
- Printed in the 1910s.
- 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.