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Vintage Richard Hudnut Yanky Clover Toilet Water perfume bottle

This is a vintage empty bottle of Richard Hudnut Yanky Clover Toilet Water. The bottle stands 7" tall and is in good condition with no damage. ID=CB1


Djer Kiss Perfume Bottle Kerkoff

Djer Kiss was actually pronounced "Dear-Kiss" on old advertisements. It was distributed exclusively by its sole agent, the Alfred H. Smith Co. of New York. The Smith company distributed it to the many departments stores and drug stores in the USA and Canada in the early 1900s. Djer Kiss was a mid priced toiletry line by Kerkoff which included perfume extract, toilet water, vegetale for the hair, cologne, perfumed sachet, talcum powder,face powder with exquisite compacts, lipstick , rouge, soap, cold cream and vanishing cream.

This is a Cologne bottle that originally held 2 OZ but as you can see it is almost empty. What is left still smells good. A little over 5 inches tall and 2 2/3 wide. Bakelight lid. ID=CB2

$20.00

VINTAGE NINA RICCI TWIN DOVE BOTTLE LALIQUE

ALL GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE WITH TWIN DOVE STOPPER SIGNED ON THE BASE….. “BOTTLE MADE BY LALIQUE, FRANCE”. THE STOPPER IS GROUND AND CAREFUL EXAMINATION DOES NOT REVEAL ANY DAMAGES, CHIPS OR CRACKS. STANDS 4 ½” TALL, APPROXIMATELY 3” ACROSS. NO PERFUME RESIDUE DETECTED, THE SWIRLED BASE APPEARS TO BE CRYSTAL CLEAR, THE GROUND GLASS STOPPER WITH A SCANT BIT OF DRIED GLUE FROM THE CORD STILL PRESENT AT THE NECK. ID=CB3


$295.00

Blue Waltz Parfum Perfume Bottle Glass Applicator Wand

The stopper is a one piece glass applicator as well! The glass is in EXCELLENT condition with no chips or cracks. The labels have some paint worn off, mainly on the neck. The glass applicator has tiny air bubbles as is seen in old glass work! The cork is still intact. It stands 2 1/2 inches tall. The label around the neck reads: PARFUM BLUE WALTZ. The center label reads: BLUE WALTZJOUBERT. The bottom is embossed in script with: JOUBERT. ID=CB4

Original Blue Waltz Perfume Set

Old Original Blue Waltz Perfume set which includes Sachet (appears unused), Lipstick in plum color(looks unused, I nipped the end), a unopened Face Powder in Dark, a 5/8 OZ bottle of perfume with residue and a 3 OZ bottle of Eau De Toilette which is over half full and still smells wonderful. The box however has seen better days with lots of scuffing on the bottom and as shown in the pictures the lid has a hole, still not bad. A nice addition for any perfume collector! ID=CB5

 

$35.00

Lander Gardenia Fragrance Set

This is a French Fragrance Gardenia Set by Lander. The 3 OZ bottle of Gardenia Toilet Water has evaporated to 2/3 full but smells wonderful. The 2 tubes of bath crystals appear unopened. There are 4 little round containers of bath salts remaining of of the original 6. Box shows wear. ID= CB18

$35.00

MACGREGOR Vintage HORSE Shaped Perfume Bottle

This is a vintage bottle in the shape of a horse's head, marked MacGregor. It stands 4.5" tall, and is empty. It has been filled with colored liquid to show details in the photo and will be emptied for shipment. The horse sits on a small base which has raised lettering in the glass and reads: MacGregor. There is a screw-on cap on top, goldtone, with some surface wear. Bottle is in excellent condition; no chips or cracks. ID=CB7

 
$35.00

Commercial Perfume Bottles
by Jacquelyne Jones-North

Comprehensive guide to collecting the past and present bottles used by perfumers. Beautiful color pictures of flacons made by R. Lalique, Baccarat, J. Viard, Brosse, A. Jollivet, Cristal Nancy, Wheaton, C. K. Benda, and Lucien Guillard. Figural, novelty dimestore, and bottles with the original packaging are shown. Lavishly illustrated with catalog and ad pictures. Histories of many famous perfume houses and bottle makers are included. A directory of hundreds of American and European perfumers from 1870 to the present, with the names of thousands of scents makes dating a bottle easier for the collector.

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Art of Perfume: Discovering and Collecting Perfume Bottles
by Christie Lefkowith

The hundreds of containers illustrated here, which are from the author's own collection, date from the beginning of the 20th century through the 1950s. In the art of perfumery, scent is not the only allure. As the author points out in this detailed history, serious attention is also given to the selection of a name (which carries its own cachet), the design of the label, the bottle, the stopper, ornaments that might be affixed to it, and the box in which it is packaged. Often, this multimedia art form represents the work of well-known artists, designers, and couturiers. Although this book does not give advice on how to collect perfume bottles-which some readers might consider a drawback-it does contain a directory of hundreds of designers (past and present) with their addresses, a brief history of each firm, and the names of some of their best-known products. This would be an attractive addition to most libraries.
Margarete Gross, Chicago P.L.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc

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