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Perfume Bottle Collecting Antique And Vintage

Collectors of  perfume bottles including  Art Nouveau, Lalique, Steuben, Tiffany, Art Deco, Baccarat etc. with glassblowers of  Britain, Germany, Czech, France, Bohemia,  United States and more.

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Comment by kathy park on February 28, 2013 at 8:22am

hi it looks like an r in a circle on the one the other has a faint smell cant say its for me though. thanks kath

Comment by kathy park on February 27, 2013 at 3:23pm

thanks did not try smell the german one will give it a go - the lalique one still smells, it has a circle above lalique cant see if its an R will check in the am, i keep some stuff here at home and some at work as i dont have space, its 10:30pm now so goodnight and will chat in the am

thanks for help

 

Comment by vicki hufstetler on February 27, 2013 at 3:13pm

Well, for sure it's German - looks to be Lavender. Does it still have scent to it? I'm wondering if it was perfume or cologne, I don't have a lot of info on German made bottles, but I'd guess it's 1920's or earlier - Also, I just used Google translate - it appears that this was made by Nuns from a Monastery - interesting....

Your bottle below, has a very strange shape, the color I think, is "flashed" - that is painted on, not the color of the glass. Not possitive, but I think that one is modern.

Comment by kathy park on February 27, 2013 at 3:51am

hi vicki the bottle has klosterfrau impressed n.o.74 - 20ccm the lalique is at home will check later, thanks for info - i have a new passion for bottles now that i joined this site, before they were nice.... now i love them, not sure about one below ??

Comment by vicki hufstetler on February 26, 2013 at 7:56pm

@Lillian - well you do have the perfume name on the bottle, which should be good enough to document it by. Did it belong to one of your family member's  This would also ensure that it's authentic.

@Kathy, Your Lalique is from "Le Aire Du Temps" perfume, should have France on it somewhere? That is still being made by Lalique glass co. The one's that are very valuable are the originals that were made and signed by R. Lalique  (Rene)- he was the master glass-maker that created all those gorgeous designs!

I love your Kiosterfrau bottle - looks to be quite old, and I love that you still have the label! Does it have any marking on the base?

I think your pretty Moon glass one is from Egypt - they make all those very colorful swirled one's you see today in gift shops. 

I'm no expert, at all, but I do know quite a bit about selling to "perfumista's" They are a breed amongst themselves - LOL

They are very particular about what they buy, how old, and if there is still "scent" in the bottles. The original Perfume/Parfume's - never lose their lovely scent - because they are made of essence. Where as the "cologne's or Toilet water's are not in the same class - the price will show you that!

The bottles are very fun to collect because there are so many to choose from, and if you do have some scent left - all the better! :)

Comment by kathy park on February 26, 2013 at 7:32am

Comment by kathy park on February 26, 2013 at 7:30am

i have these as well lillian any comments appreciated as i said i dont know much on perfume bottles ..sadly

Comment by kathy park on February 26, 2013 at 7:24am

they are pretty, mine is signed but not as nice

Comment by Lillian Dunbar on February 26, 2013 at 6:39am

It's not signed Lalique, but this bottle is well-documented on Internet antique sites as being Lalique.

Comment by kathy park on February 26, 2013 at 3:31am

oh these are stunning, i never knew old perfume bottles were so nice , i need to find some here (i only have one lalique)

 

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