In about 4000 BC (or “previously”). The ancient Egyptians invented a method of making glass. It took centuries to develop a container: a bag that allows molten glass to pass through the metal, and a clay core wall of the tube at the other end. After the glass cools and hardens, the core is then scraped off.
Sesame Oil Glass Bottle (1st century BC, Sesia)
Around 1500 B.C., a well-crafted glass perfume bottle appeared. The most common ones are dark blue, opaque or transparent bottles, blue, white, or yellow zigzag striped patterns for decoration. This is a typical Laric of the era. style.
There is no doubt that the glass perfume bottle was quite luxurious at the time, like a bottle of liquid. But it’s not about perfume being placed in a container, something new. Many early clay containers were rough. With the precious liquid in it, this ship is highly permeable. Later, materials such as alabaster, onyx and porphyry bottles were developed. The advantages of these materials are cooler and can hold the bottles and perfumes are easier to preserve.
Ancient Greeks and Romans
These materials are still used in the Greek and Roman era, but elegant design. Perfume bottles in ancient Rome usually have birds and animals printed on them.
Gilded glass bottle with construction mold, perfume Murene’s in-house “Habanera”, 1923
Around 50 BC, Syria developed the art of blowing glass, which can cool the glass to the stereotype before it, but this technology is making great progress. Then blow the glass into the mold, the method of making the same bottle shape can be done over and over again.
The transparent glass perfume bottles made by the Romans, colorful decorations and shapes and other design forms reflect a high level of craftsmanship. But these things are expensive and most people still use the taste of pottery to make the shape of the shell.
The construction model of blown glass jars appeared in the Roman Empire, 1st century AD
In the Middle Ages, metal and enamel vessels appeared. Furthermore, until the 18th century, Chinese porcelain was used as a new material to make perfume bottles. Germany Meissensee Fowler (Massen), France (Sèvres), Chelsea (Chelsea) in the UK and other places, became the production center of porcelain, simple style porcelain began to appear in modern people’s dressing table perfume bottles.
But glass is always a high-quality material for perfume bottles. Strong perfume frankincense with Chinese influence. It is also said that it is difficult to design a part of the ceramic cork in a sealed bottle, and the easy-to-make cork is the requirement of the largest scale production.
Age of the bottle
Until the end of the 19th century, perfume or common container, the fragrance of perfume was put into the bottle, or the customer chose a container while choosing the perfume. This needs to be sold in stores, and there are many beautiful bottles to meet the different needs of individuals.
But when the “pyramid” model of modern perfume production, you have to consider the bottle factory. The bottle design has accordingly become attractive to those with potential.
Purple crystal bottle
Here, we would like to thank some people in the perfume industry, especially Buddha François, Cody (François Coty), who put the perfume bottle in the standard position from the beginning to the high-end, becoming a Perfect art design and superb production technology, such as the crystallization of Lalique and the best idiot Wright. In the later era, we can see a series of design genius names: such as Maurice Martinot (Maurice Martinot), Lucien, Yadong (Lucien Gala), Sumyers (Su et al. Mare), Maurice Depinoix (Maurice Depinoix) and Too Violt, Dick (Viade et Viollet le), etc. With the increase in perfume bottle collection lovers, their auction prices are quite an amazing job.
The frosted glass bottle that builds the pattern, Murray’s Leli Kanai Design Company
The appearance of a bottle of perfume sales is a very important factor. Large companies now hire top designer perfume bottles. Some are professional companies and more are freelance designers. Pierre Dinand can be considered the best. From the glass manufacturing experts to the finished product in the hands of the bottle designer, they often have their own designers. The glass factory is a famous European factory. Omannier (state owned bharat sanchar nigam Verreries DE Mauieres), Mr. Pochet Family (Gene et du Courval), Georgian Oliver (Luigi Bormioli) and Wei’s glass factory in the United States (Wheaton glassware) and Carrlowry and so on.