Christian Dior: A woman's perfume tells more about her than her handwriting. It was in the 15th century BC that the first glass bottle appeared. The Greeks and Romans worked this material with the help of molds or presses to make small vials. In the 17th century, it was discovered that by mixing lead oxide with glass paste, a new material of great purity was obtained: crystal. Fragrance bottle design really flourished in the 18th century. Goldsmiths, jewellers, glassmakers and creators of porcelain figurines vied with each other to decorate perfume bottles. These elegant glass perfume bottles hold 8ml of perfume, they are refillable roll on and perfect for your car. If used every day these would last about two months. I am what is called a 'CognoScenti" who are people that are often avid collectors of perfumes, and 'may' have large collection of different scents. They may also be able to identify a particular scent from a single sniff. They're often passionate about art of perfumery and may be able to create their own unique blends. Because I love perfume so much I have created a line of perfume 'dupes', so you can wear your favourite scent and have a little bottle stashed in your bag or car. Since I own most of the fragrances I create as their original 'perfume' I can attest that my Fancie Fragrances smell extraordinarily like the real thing. It's fabulous! And if your favourite perfume isn't listed then let me know so I can source it, as a 'CognoScenti' that makes me happy!