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Perfume Oil Vial with Built in Dauber by HappyHollowGlass Perfume Oil Vial with Built in Dauber by HappyHollowGlass
3" Glass Perfume Vial with Built in dauber

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alabastron, alabastron [Credit: Encyclopędia Britannica, Inc.]elongated, narrow-necked flask, used as a perfume or unguent container. The Greek alabastron has no handles but often lugs (ear-shaped projections), sometimes pierced with string holes. There are three types of classical alabastron: a basic Corinthian bulbous shape about 3 to 4 inches (8 to 10 cm) high that appeared from the mid-7th century bc and was common in Greece; a long, pointed version found in eastern Greek, Etruscan, and Italo-Corinthian pottery; and an Attic type, from 4 to 8 inches (10 to 20 cm) high
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