by Daniel Pearce
Powder Box, c 1910
by J. M. Fisher
1998 Limited Edition by Lalique
Germany, circa 1930's
1996 Limited Edition
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Previous Winners shown above (left to right): 2016 (tie) Domingo Navales for “Octopus” and Gregoris Komodromas for “Aphrodite”; 2017 Paul Mabe for “Trillium”; 2018 Elaine Hyde for “Black and Blue”; 2019 Gustavo Santana; 2021 Anna Boothe for “Laurel […]
We need your help and donations to grow our IPBA Museum Collection. We are inviting YOU, our Members, to donate to our wonderful collection. No donation is too small! Today, the IPBA Museum Collection is housed in the […]
Welcome to the IPBA Shoppe, where you can view IPBA branded merchandise available for purchase! We’re starting with prior year convention pins, $15 each. IPBA tote bags are $20, and watches are $20. All prices include shipping to […]
Do you have perfume bottles or vanity items that you are interested in selling? The PERFUME BOTTLES AUCTION, organized by renowned specialist Ken Leach, is the official auction of the International Perfume Bottle Association’s annual convention. This auction […]
To get the right information so that you can identify, insure, sell or simply appreciate your bottle you should become an educated consumer by researching your bottle or collection via several avenues – eBay, auction sites, the internet-at-large […]