This glass bottle has "Bottle Made in France" on the bottom and consists of two chambers, more than likely used for a combination of liqueurs. The unevenness of the glass and bubbles visible with a loupe lead me to believe this is probably a handblown piece.
The stoppers are discolored and are of a plastic/rubber material. The beveled curving points appear to be plastic, possibly lucite, and do not have chips, cracks or breaks. The bottle itself does not have any cracks or breaks; however, the base's edge, in one spot, has a rough feel to it, and when examined under a 10x loupe, a flea bite can just barely be seen, but this is not visible to the naked eye when viewing the base without any kind of magnification. There is discoloration within the bottle and around the openings where the stoppers sit. No attempt has been made to clean out the bottle; I am leaving this up to the discretion of the new owner.
The height of the bottle is 7 3/4" and the base is approximately 2 1/4". From curved stopper end to curved stopper end, the measurement is approximately 5 1/2". The bottle weighs almost 10 ounces.
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