Elsa Peretti Halston Perfume Bottle Necklace Now available for Purchase in the Vintage201 Online Shop

 Take a look at these two beautiful Elsa Peretti Halston Perfume Bottles for the 1980s.   

First we have the Halston Perfume bottle in a Silver Glass bottle, which is still filled with Halston's famous perfume, Halston.  

The bottle comes with it's original Black Velvet box and has been housed here for decades.  It is in Excellent Condition and ready to be revived by someone who loves this perfume bottle and its design that Elsa Peretti and Halston both made famous and iconic. 

Here you can see how the perfume bottle will land on the chest.

The chain is at 26 inches long and the bottle it self is 1.5 inches wide at the bottom and 2.5 inches in length.

Stunning, isn't it?

Halston Perfume Bottle Necklace by Elsa Peretti. Beautiful replica of the famous Halston Perfume by Halston created in the 1970s. Elsa was a dear friend of Halston and he asked her to design a bottle for his new perfume. The perfume was a hit and so was this fabulous design.

We also offer the Elsa Peretti Halston Perfume Bottle Necklace in Clear glass and with Halston Perfume in the bottle.

This bottle has the original formula, but no luck opening and left it alone for sale reasons. I will leave it up to the buyer if they would like to try and open it. I do not think it has been opened before.

The Perfume bottle necklace comes in it's original box.  It has bee stored here decades just like it's sister in silver above and ready to be worn and loved by the right buyer that appreciates Elsa Peretti's simple but elegant design.

Here is a photo of where the necklace sits on the chest as the chain is 22 inches in length.

A shot of the bottom of the bottle to show the Halston sticker.

If you would like to see video of these two Fabulous Find, click on the links below:

Halston Perfume bottle necklace in Silver Glass

Halston Perfume Bottle Necklace in Clear Glass

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