1920s Art Deco Marcel Franck LE KID purse parfume Atomizer
1920s Art Deco Marcel Franck LE KID purse parfume Atomizer .
The bottle is made of goldtone metal and green Galalithe ( bakelite ). Is market inside Le Kid Paris.
Origin: Paris, France
Dimensions: 6.5 cm closed - 9 cm open
The major company that dominated the scene was the firm of Marcel Franck. Marcel Franck still manufactures atomizer hardware for perfume bottles today. Marcel Franck had French patents for his perfume atomizer hardware, most prolific was "L'Escale", "Le Kid", and "Fizz". Some of these mounts were engraved, molded or tooled with floral designs or other motifs.
The mid 1920s, brought forth the Le Kid atomizers by Marcel Franck were meant for the purse or pocket. They were smaller versions of the piston pump atomizers and came in a variety of finishes in materials such as the extremely popular mother of pearl, lizard skin, enamel, nickel plate, snake skin, brass, shagreen, Galalith (French Bakelite), gold plate, tortoiseshell, enamel, eel skin.