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Christian Dior Perfume Bottle, about 1960

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Posted 7 years ago


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Wanting to identify the Christian Dior perfume bottle size in oz or ml and what the original box packaging looks like. Can have bottom label that says:
"eau de cologne fraiche Christian Dior"
"eau de toilette Miss Dior Christian Dior"

Does anyone else collect this type of Dior perfume bottle?

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  1. flowerrose, 5 years ago
    My guess is 15ml.
  2. flowerrose, 5 years ago
    Actually on second thoughts 15ml would be too big. It looks around a 7.5ml bottle.
  3. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 5 years ago
    Hi, this looks like it's "Eau Fraîche", launched
    by Christian Dior in 1953. I say "looks like" because there might be two of these fragrances - one for women and one for men. The fragrance for women was launched in 1953, and I found a notation on the internet that there might be a version for men, too. An perfume blog has an entry reporting that a bottle of fragrance by this name, made for men, was for sale on UK ebay....

    Your bottle is interesting. It has some age. Is that really a glass stopper? Most interesting! Are the silver elements on the neck, and the screw cap, metal?, or are they treated 'plastic-type'? It looks like the label on the bottom is an embossed foiled paper coin - is that correct? Try looking for Dior circa 1953 advertisements on ebay and the internet. Try linking it with French Vogue 1953.
  4. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 5 years ago
    Oh, and you're right - the label on the bottle bottom reads 'eau de cologne fraiche Christian Dior'. Same scent. BUT, your last photo features a label that looks like it's for a different strength of the same scent - it's for EDT, not EDC. (Hard to read the second label, as the photo doesn't enlarge. Where'd you get the other label? The bottle held either EDC or EDT, not both. Nice mystery! Regards, miKKo

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