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- Performed by J&E ATKINSON
- Dimensions height: (a) 10.7 cm; (b) 4.7 cm; (c) 11.7 cm, length: (a) 13 cm, width: (a) 5 cm; (b) 6.2 cm, diameter: 5.5 cm
- ID no. FZRS/78
- Availability private collection
- Collector Katarzyna Sosenko / Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation
- Object copyright Katarzyna Sosenko
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project
A set of two cardboard cases and a glass bottle for “Californian Poppy” perfumes. All the items have been decorated with organic Art Nouveau ornaments.more
A set of two cardboard cases and a glass bottle for “Californian Poppy” perfumes. All the items have been decorated with organic Art Nouveau ornaments.
The bottle takes the shape of a vial with the body extending at the top, with a glass semicircular stopper. On the neck, a red ribbon with a small gilded medallion featuring a pressed sign has been placed. On the wall of the body, there is a paper label with a fanciful shape, framed by flexible lines, bent plant stems and red poppies. On a yellow background, there are the following inscriptions: “EXTRACT EONIA,” “CALIFORNIAN POPPY,” “J&E ATKINSON / LONDON / & PARIS.”
The cardboard box for the bottle has a cuboid shape and features the same style and the same inscriptions as the bottle. The colour of the box is dark green, the label – similar to the one on the bottle – has an oval shape and is abundantly decorated.
The second cardboard box for the bottle has a cylindrical shape and has been decorated in the same style as the other elements of the set.
Elaborated by Katarzyna Sosenko (Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation), Editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums,
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Poland License.