Traditionally, fragrance worn by women had adhered to two basic categories: respectable women favored the pure essence of a single garden flower, and sexually provocative perfumes heavy with animal musk or jasmine were associated with women of the demi-monde, prostitutes or courtesans.
At the age of twelve, Chanel was handed over to the care of nuns, and for the next six years spent a stark, disciplined existence in a convent orphanage, Aubazine, founded by Cistercians in the 12th century.
Avon sold men's fragrances in a wide variety of interesting decanters, but they never sold Old Spice.
To assist with identification, the Product ID is listed where known. bicentennial, these three "coin" decanters were sold in 1975 (Product ID 3782.
: Admiral Decanter; Admirals Flask; Binoculars; Blue glass ship; Burley Captain Decanter; Cannon; Bicentennial Coins; Great Men of the Sea; Flying Cloud; Lanterns; Life Ring; Lighthouse; Queen Elizabeth Jubilee; Scrimshaw; Bells; Ship Magic & White Star; Ship's Telegraph; Ship's Wheel; English Ship Wheel; Super Spark; Super Bowl XX; Tankard; Telescopes; White Porcelain Sailboat The first Admiral decanter appeared in 1973 and sold until 1975. Three coins commemorate George Washington (left), John Paul Jones (center) and Thomas Jefferson (right). The leftmost lantern above held after shave (Product ID 3735) and the center lantern held lime (Product ID 3525). The green bottle on the right held after shave (Product ID 3632).
The Admiral on the left is called "Flint" (Product ID 3227); the admiral at right is called "Opal" (Product Id 3226). The above pictures from Old Spice sales literature show the original after shave and lime lanterns in clear plastic cases from 1973 (left), and the newer design bottle containing after shave with a 1978 to 1980 package (right).
The materials are fused at high temperatures, boiled down, skimmed and cooled.
Molten glass is then poured into molds and pressed or blown. Bruce accept commissions and craft their glass at the New York Experimental Glass Workshop in Little Italy. From her earliest days there, the number five had potent associations for her.For Chanel, the number five was especially esteemed as signifying the pure embodiment of a thing, its spirit, its mystic meaning. It has a band of 22-karat-gold leaf around its middle and costs 5. Her latest is a round frosted-glass bottle embellished with clear polka dots, sand-blasted out of the glass. These novelty decanters first appeared shortly after the acquisition of Shulton by the American Cyanamid Company in 1972.