I'll add a bit more to my comments above.
Diamond Ovals (Orient) is a fairly frequently found pattern in the bowl shape, and yet the perfume is incredibly hard to find. Possibly clear glass examples are easier to source. I have not seen a full trinket set "in the flesh" in this pattern, yet the Rindskopf catalogues show dresser tray, powder bowl, ring holder, perfume etc.
Another pattern by Rindskopf that is rather well known is the Classic Arts. The covered sugar bowl in this pattern is often (wrongly) referred to as a powder bowl.
The word "Zerstauber" on the image in my post above surely refers to perfume bottles - however when I googled it, I found the translation meant atomisers or vapourisers. I don't think that the bottles shown were fitted with rubber bulbs to spray perfume.
Finally, if anyone else is interested in reading about Rindskopf, the direct link to my article is here:http://www.geocities.com/carni_glass_uk_2000/RindskopfHome.html
Alternately go to my Home page www.carnival-glass.net
and choose European and Australian Carnival
from the menu on the left. You will then access several pages of contents and a pattern/manufacturer index.