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  1. #1

    Default Bottles (3ml/5ml/10ml?) and labels

    Greets,

    I'm wondering if anyone knows of any places that sell 3ml or 5ml (or 10ml as a last resort) glass bottles that lean toward the more aesthetically pleasing, visually speaking. Most 3ml - 5ml bottles/vials I find online are either cork top or the generic 5ml glass bottle that isn't really all that suited for presentation.

    Furthermore, supposing I wanted to create small adhesive sticker labels for my bottles (maybe 1.5 inches x 1 inch) with possible embossing and/or gold/foil print, would anyone happen to have any suggestions?

    Thanks so much.

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    Hi there and welcome.
    You could try www.accessoriesforfragrances.com, Sally has a lot of wonderful items, and she throws in some goodies also.
    Good luck
    Quand on boit l'eau, il faut penser sa source

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    If you're willing to spend at least $40, these folks have a great selection with prices to match:

    http://www.bestbottles.com/all_bottl..._wholesale.php

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    Linda has nice 8 ml French bottles (and other bottles too):

    http://store.perfumersapprentice.com/br-rec.html

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    I buy my bottles from http://www.bestbottles.com/ , they also do labeling as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awayalonealong View Post
    If you're willing to spend at least $40, these folks have a great selection with prices to match:

    http://www.bestbottles.com/all_bottl..._wholesale.php

    I wasn't happy with this one - they wanted to charge me 25$ to ship 40$ worth of goods... not worth it unless you're buying quite a bit more than 40$. Slow customer service too - I've been waiting 3 days now for a reply from them.

    Edit: I finally received my package from www.bestbottles.com and the sprayers smelled like incense and rubber, so I had to wash them multiple times before using them. I would advise anyone to NOT order from www.bestbottles.com (or its sister site www.nematinternational.com).

    On the other hand, I've ordered from Sally at www.accessoriesforfragrances.com and was very satisfied with the service, order, shipping time and prices. Although prices are a bit higher than wholesale, there's no minimum amount that you need to spend.
    Last edited by L'Aventurier; 16th May 2009 at 08:57 PM.

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    Unfortunately none of the links posted had what I wanted. http://www.abapackaging.com has an unbelievable selection but the minimum order requirement is 1,000 units (which I am prepared to shell out for, if I have to).

    However, I've still yet to find quality printing/adhesive labels. Any high end printers any of you can recommend? Again, looking for something quite professional here. Price is not an issue.

    Thanks

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    Im pretty sure you should be able to find high end printers in your area by opening the yellow pages and making some calls. If you review some of their samples you will find someone willing to print adhesive labels to your specifications.

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    Correct but I would prefer feedback from people on here who have actual experience dealing with certain companies as opposed to randomly choosing companies from a phonebook... the phonebook thing is always a last resort for me.

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    Personally, I use Avery labels that I print myself. Affordable and durable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aromagal View Post
    Personally, I use Avery labels that I print myself. Affordable and durable.
    Thanks, aromagal. That's what I wound up using too. I made sure at the store that the glue was the permanent kind. Then I picked a lovely typeface, one that I'm happy to look at on all my decants. Still, I'm keen on the idea of silver or gold labels of the same size. If I can't have the real bottle (some of which aren't so attractive, now that I think of it), I want the decant (any size) too be as attractive as I can make it.

    cheers,
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by awayalonealong View Post
    Thanks, aromagal. That's what I wound up using too. I made sure at the store that the glue was the permanent kind. Then I picked a lovely typeface, one that I'm happy to look at on all my decants. Still, I'm keen on the idea of silver or gold labels of the same size. If I can't have the real bottle (some of which aren't so attractive, now that I think of it), I want the decant (any size) too be as attractive as I can make it.

    Hmmm, Avery doesn't have silver or gold? Here's a few places that have been recommended to me by other perfumers. Maybe you will find something there. While I haven't used Uline for labels, I have for boxes and such and they are quite good in the customer satisfaction dept. If you don't find something you like here, just do a Google.

    www.labelsbythesheet.com
    http://www.myownlabels.com/
    http://www.uline.com/CustomProduct/G...?pricode=WE517
    www.VistaPrint.com

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    I did find an Avery silver, if I recall, but it was the wrong size. So--thanks for the four suggestions!
    cheers,
    Tim

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    Try saveonscents.com

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    Can anyone help with a stockist in Europe of these bottle sizes, also 4ml and 7.5ml? I use Accessories for Fragrance and Pilotvials, but am generally finding parcels from the US with a value over 18 equivalent are getting intercepted by Customs, with the resulting delay and duty charges.

    I just found a company in Holland, but their smallest and only size was 25ml.
    "So many scents, so little skin"...

    http://bonkersaboutperfume.blogspot.com/

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