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Collectable Commercial Boxed Perfume Bottles

Adding a vintage looking perfume to your dressing table can add a real sense of glamour. Collectable commercial boxed perfume bottles include used and new designs in a variety of conditions. A well-handled bottle can add another level of intrigue to the avid collector and it's a perfect gift for fashionistas looking for something different to add to their personal collection, even if perfume bottles are miniature in size.

Cased bottles

Examples include hard to find bottles, wrapped in vintage metal cases. Original perfumers often presented their wares in this way and you can get your hands on ones by huge brands to this day, like Coty. Some date back over 5 decades and still look pristine.

Plus, there are unique items to seek out, made especially for Valentine's Day, or other special events. Many others come in their original boxes, including scents from well-known past and present-day labels like Yvresse, Schiaparelli and Emporio Armani.

Rare and vintage perfumes

Fragrances that are no longer in production, shop display bottles in extra large sizes, and first editions of modern scents are all part of the range of collectible perfume bottles .

Brands like Yardley, Vanderbilt, Dior and Max Factor all have vintage perfumes bottles in rare and collectible casings. Touches like traditional atomisers and unique looking bottle shapes like Magie de Lancome glass shard can add something different even to large collections. Ornate empty perfume boxes from favourites like Roger Gallet are also in the mix.

Modern classics

Christian Dior's Dune in its original bottle, a 1970s bottled Old Spice, the revolutionising original CK One and Chanel No. 5 can all be found. Empty boxes and bottles can be one way of topping up a collector's set, but the full package with an original scent intact is also an option. Great oversized bottles like the giant Olympea by Paco Rabanne along with showcase bottles from top brands like this can be found too.

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