The cardboard case for a perfume bottle is cuboid shaped with bevelled corners. The side walls of the case have been tinted into a colour imitating gold and decorated at the top and bottom with thin strips of an ornament composed of golden leaves on a cobalt background.
A pear-shaped porcelain perfume bottle decorated with fancy handles located on the sides of its body. The body of the vessel is coloured in cobalt. One side of the body features a small field with a miniature painting depicting a flower bouquet...
The pair of twin porcelain perfume bottles is in the form of a bulky decanter with a shape similar to a cube. On the side walls of the vessels, floral compositions are painted with golden paint.
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.
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.
A perfume bottle in the form of a slim vial made of hand-moulded glass. The body of the vessel is polished on four sides into four very narrow bevels. The surfaces of the bevels are hand-painted with simplified floral ornaments and a simplified acanthus tendril.
A pair of porcelain perfume bottles in the shape of decanters, with porcelain stoppers. The bodies were made in the form of bevelled cuboids. Their decorations consist of gilded ornaments composed of a floral tendril against a black background.
A round ceramic pouncet-box for toothpaste glazed in white, with visible cracks in the glazing. The lid closing the box is decorated with a round paper label depicting the head of a woman on a blue background shown in profile and with inscriptions on a black background...
The porcelain perfume bottle has a rounded body fluted at the sides, a wide base and an elongated neck. The gilded porcelain stopper has the shape of a rosette.
Made of colourless glass, the perfume bottle has the surprising shape of a castle. The stopper, made of gilded glass, constitutes its roof. The style of the castle’s architectural form is the so-called French costume – a neo-Renaissance style with elements of Baroque, characteristic of the 2nd half of the 19th century.
The porcelain pouncet-box with a lid equipped with a handle has the shape of a rosette. Golden leaf-covered branches have been painted on the lid and a relief ornament resembling fluting has been placed on its sides.
The porcelain pouncet-box is octagonal in shape. On the outside, all of its sides are painted in dark blue and decorated with an ornament composed of a stylized floral tendril with flowers, painted with gold paint using the impasto technique. The interior of the pouncet-box is white.
This glass perfume bottle takes the form of a rectangular vial with a metal cap. The sides of the bottle are ornamented with a painted abstract decoration. On the main side, a colourful representation of an ancient Egyptian deity is painted.
A porcelain perfume bottle with the form of a rectangular decanter whose sides are arced at the top. The vessel’s edges are decorated with a convex gilded ornament resembling the weave of a twisted rope.
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.
The porcelain perfume bottle is flat and has a round body, as well as a short neck. The sides of the body are fluted. On its surface, there is a miniature painting in a golden frame with the representation of two buildings against the background formed by trees.
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.
Three Roger&Gallet packagings: two cardboard pouncet-boxes and a glass bottle.
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.
The round pouncet-box is made of cardboard with pressed decorations on the whole surface. The side walls are decorated with a kind of cymatium.