Various wooden, figural, and men’s cologne bottles, 34 total, including three (3) Stephen Paulsen turned wooden scent bottles with signature; one (1) bocote, brazilwood scent bottle containing two (2) glass vials, dated 1980; one (1) cocobolo, ebony scent bottle with glass vial dated 1981; one (1) small granadillo, ebony scent bottle dated 1980; one (1) wooden bottle container with shell embedded in top containing one (1) small glass vial; one (1) wooden bottle containing one (1) glass vial of rose cologne; one (1) Oregon myrtlewood perfume container with glass vial; two (2) bakelite scent bottles; one (1) agate scent bottle; one (1) rectangular stone scent bottle with swirl decoration at top and metal base and lid with small loops; one (1) worn antique glass bottle; five (5) glass figural scent bottles: one (1) Babs Creations girl with umbrella, one (1) glass woman’s bust with wooden lid bottom, one (1) man with suit, flowers, and plastic top hat, one (1) Betty Boop, and one (1) Independence Hall all purpose lotion manufactured by Stanley Home; two (2) Evyan glass heart shaped perfume bottles with labels: one (1) Most Precious Cologne and one (1) Great Lady Cologne; one (1) De Vineuil Bewitched vial with tassel and label; one (1) Gardenia by Lander vial with label; one (1) Jean Patou Joy bottle with label in green leather case; one (1) emerald green perfume vial with metal screw top; one (1) Jontue cologne glass bottle with label; one (1) Evening in Paris cologne in blue bottle with label; one (1) Avon 90th Anniversary Keepsake glass bottle with California Perfume Company label; one (1) Hoyts Cologne glass bottle with label; one (1) Arpege Lanvin glass bottle with label and sailboat on cap; one (1) Balmain Jolie Madame glass bottle with tan, felt sack cover and label; one (1) Interlude perfume bottle; one (1) American white molded pungent bottle with screw on lid; one (1) small square bottle with round, black, metal holder with gilded base, monogram J and scalloped edge; one (1) miniature glass scent bottle with leaf cut designs; one (1) glass scent bottle with blue stripes running down length and a brass top; and one (1) miniature wooden scent bottle with metal embellishments. Sizes range from 1 1/2″ H to 7″ H. Late 19th/late 20th century. Provenance: Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: Liquid remains in some containers. Some wear and discoloration to labels.
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