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“Model worker” by Andrzej Wróblewski

The portrait entitled Model worker represents a man dressed in blue work clothes with the collar of a white shirt poking out. The model is rendered en trois quarts. His short hair is neatly combed, smoothly clinging to the head, and his face seems emotionless.

Perfume bottle with a chain

The glass perfume bottle has the form of a high vial with a hexagonal cross-section and is made of azure solid-coloured glass. The walls of the bottle are decorated alternately with a white simplified rocaille motif on the background of azure glass or painted over in gold...

Miniature bottle in the form of a shell

The porcelain perfume bottle has the form of the shell of a sea snail. The body of the vessel is decorated with brown spots emphasizing the natural appearance of the item’s form. The neck of the bottle has been framed by gilded metal and decorated with a vegetal ornament.

First aid kit

The portable first aid kit has been made of wood varnished in black. Inside the chest for the first aid kit, there are shelves, dividers and drawers. The dividers are painted in navy blue, the edges – in red. The drawers have fronts, panels and metal handles varnished in black. Each of them is additionally protected by a sliding lid.

Decorative travelling box

The decorative travelling box with a lock has the form of a chest and is made of wood, varnished in black. On the outside of the lid, there is a round plaque with a decorative border and no inscriptions.

Perfume bottle made of milk glass

The perfume bottle is made of milk glass and has a slender shape. The shallow and wide body has been situated on a flat base and decorated with a strip of bevelled maroon cabochons, framed by a line of golden paint.

Biedermeier-style cobalt perfume bottle

The perfume bottle is made of cobalt glass, painted using the technique of surface dyeing. The body of the vessel is very shallow and wide, with a strip of round bevels surrounding it, which have been emphasized by a golden line painted along them.

Miniature bottles

The bottles have been made of colourless glass. The first one is in the shape of a heart and is bevelled at the edges.

Vessel for vaseline

The porcelain vaseline vessel has a cylindrical shape and a metal lid. The body of the vessel has been painted on the glass into cobalt-coloured patterns. The black inscription “Vaselinum” is flanked by swans positioned alternately.

Tin mug

The tin mug has a profiled base and bottom part of the body; slightly expanded at the top. The vessel is devoid of decorations.

Toiletries

The set of toilet accessories consists of: a folding razor, a brush, a folding knife, a spoon and two spatulas for applying creams.

Colourful perfume bottles

The five bottles for fragrances of different sizes, with cylindrical bodies and metal stoppers, have been made according to one pattern.

Perfume bottle with an openwork stopper

A brass perfume bottle with a short, wide body on a narrow, slender base. The neck of the bottle is very narrow, with a very wide flange. The body is decorated with simple geometric patterns, characterized by an alternating smooth and rough texture.

Perfume bottle with a coat of arms

The glass perfume bottle has a form similar to a cone. The wide bottom of the vessel’s body transitions to the narrow upper part in a straight line. Under the neck of the bottle, there is a wide bevelled strip of concavity.

Bottles for fragrant oils

The presented bottles have been made of stoneware and glass with a lot of impurities. Their forms are typical for vessels for fragrant oils: small cylindrical bottles or wineskins with elongated necks.

Bottle with an openwork decoration

The perfume bottle made of solid-coloured green glass has a cubical body with a high neck which features no ornamentation. The whole neck is situated in a complex gilded metal frame, going down as far as to cover half of the vessel.

Crystal bottles with silver stoppers

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Perfume bottles by L.T. Piver

The first, taller bottle with a stopper in the shape of a glass bevelled ball was designed for a cologne with the romantic name La Reine des Fleurs [French Queen of Flowers]. The second bottle has been designed in the shape of a rectangular decanter with bulges on the walls.

Bottles for cologne

Three perfume bottles with labels of the Fryderyk Puls brand.

Metal funnels and a glass spoon

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