The set consists of a glass bottle and the original Chanel No 5 cardboard perfume box. The bottle is made of crystal glass, in the form of a flattened rectangular decanter, with a bevelled crystal stopper.
The cuboidal cardboard case is covered with imitation leather and comes with a lid. The size of the case is matched to three perfume bottles. The three bottles are shaped like cuboidal decanters, with stoppers made of colourless glass.
The casket is made of light wood, with edges inlaid with darker wood. The lid of the casket is characterized by barrel vaulting and mounted on metal hinges. The casket closes thanks to a metal latch. The inside of the casket is painted in black and divided into three wooden compartments. The size of the casket is adapted to the shapes and sizes of the three perfume bottles inside of it.
This glass perfume bottle takes the form of a bulky cuboid decanter with a short neck and a stopper. The body of the vessel is bevelled, with concavities at the corners.
The perfume bottle has the form of a cuboidal decanter with a thick neck and a glass stopper. It is made of colourless glass. The stopper is cut in a flower shape. Inside the bottle, there is a dried flower. At the base of the front side – a triangular label with the inscription: “Millana / woda kwiatowa / MILANÓWEK.”
The tin bottle with a cap was designed for storing talc for men. The tall vessel with an oval cross-section is decorated with a pattern composed of yellow-green vertical stripes. In the centre of the front side, there is a black cartouche with a green frame.
The set consists of a crystal perfume bottle with a stopper and a cardboard case. The bottle comes in the form of a bulky decanter similar in shape to to a rectangular prism, with volutes facing downwards at its neck. The stopper is polished, in the shape of a leaf, a spade from a pack of playing cards. A round paper label with the name “MITSOJKO” is set on one of the sides of the bottle, against the background formed by an ornamentation composed of a pattern of red floral tendrils.
A perfume bottle in the form of a cuboidal crystal glass decanter with a bevelled glass stopper. The neck of the vessel is elongated, decorated with a flange and a strip of a label with an illegible inscription.
The perfume bottle has the form of a flattened sphere and is made of crystal glass. The upper half of the vessel is generously decorated with precise geometric cuts.
The crystal bottle is set in a silver frame. The glass body with a high neck is cut into bevels across the entire surface. The silver base of the bottle was shaped by hand, and extended at the base.
The crystal bottle is set in a silver frame. The glass body with a high neck was cut into vertical stripes with a transverse triple line motif on the neck. The silver base of the bottle was hand decorated using the repoussage technique, with irregularities and sawing marks.
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.
The perfume bottle is made of surface-dyed, ruby-coloured bevelled glass. The body of the vessel is spacious, tapering at the sides but extends and rounds at the top. The neck is wide, also bevelled and topped by a flange.
The casket is equipped with a lock and made of dark wood. On the lid, there is an inscription inlaid with light wood and written in Fraktur, which reads: “Odeurs,” encompassed by a thin frame wrought using the technique of intarsia.
The bottle-shaped perfume container was made of crystal glass cut into bevels. The body of the vessel has a slender, bevelled shape, narrowing down at the base and ending with a neck with an enlarged spout at the top. The stopper is in the shape of a ball, decorated with a painted gilded floral ornament.
The bottles have been made of colourless glass. The first one is in the shape of a heart and is bevelled at the edges.
The crystal bottle takes the form of a decanter similar to a cuboid in shape, with a neck featuring a wide flange and a glass stopper. The crystal knob-shaped stopper is cut into in a bevelled pattern. Its rim, made from a gilded mass and featuring a carmine ribbon, is decorated with a gilded ornament.
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.