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Offline jakgene

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Just wanted to show these to you  :)

Bought here in Oz.

New Bon Bon Allsorts perfume bottle and bowl, Perfume 11 cm or 4.5 inches high, bowl 9cm /3.75 inches diameter by 5 cm / 2 inches tall.
I like the way the base of both is clear - the coloured frits applied only over the sides and top
both with 80's triangular label
Some base wear to both - but not lots. I'd guess displayed rather than used.

Just thought they were a nice find together as a set  ;D

Jackie



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Offline chopin-liszt

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I really like this stuff, I want your bowl.  :P

I've only got a totty pwt in Bonbon Allsorts!
I had a cylinder but I gave it to a friend (before I knew what it was or how scarce!). It doesn't matter though - he loves it. He now collects Loetz, but his favourite bit of glass ever is his Allsorts cylinder - it has travelled the world with him.
Cheers, Sue (M)

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Thanks Sue - yes I really like this pattern too.

 I already have a small globe perfume in the Allsorts pattern, so recognised it when these were listed. I had not seen this shaped perfume before. Do I gather from your post that these two are fairly rare shapes/pattern to find?  The book said that bowls were rare, but did not mention this shape perfume particularly.

I was happy with them anyway - even happier now.

Jackie
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Forgot to say this small globe has the 90's square gold label, not the 80's black triangle like the 2 above.

Jackie
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I don't know about perfume bottles, I'm afraid - they're a collectable sort of thing on their own and this adds a price premium I'm not prepared to contemplate. I don't really pay any attention to them - I'm much more fond of big stoppered bottles which don't carry the perfume premium!

I'm fairly sure there's not that much Allsorts around, and bowls are definitely scarce even within that.  :mrgreen:
Cheers, Sue (M)

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Thanks Sue - good to know.  All three of my Allsorts pieces were bought here in Australia - perhaps it was exported here or something?

I collect perfume bottles - must have about 50 all up - I really like the small bottles - have deliberately stayed away from decanters and other large stoppered bottles (although often tempted) (except for one early unsigned amethyst Mdina stoppered squat bottle I could not resist) as I could not possibly find space to display them!

I already hate the fact that more than half of my stuff is packed in the shed - I want it all out displayed at once!

I can fit several perfume bottles in the space where only one large bottle would go  :clap:

Jackie
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