While the most ancient perfume bottles, called alabaster, were formed of its namesake material, quickly their makers turned to glass in patterns mimicking lapis and marble. The elongated, drop-like vessels held cedar, rose, amber, and myrrh, among other popular oils, variously chosen for their soothing or sensual qualities. Our opaque emerald alabastra are topped with gold caps, suspended from a post-backed gold-and-emerald oval.
Emerald, 22K gold
22mm x 9.5mm
Handmade in New York, New York
This piece is made to order; please allow three to four weeks for its creation. We hand select each beautiful stone, which all vary naturally in color and striation. Interested in a particular stone, or need this piece by a certain date? Do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.