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    Default Purchasing bottles

    Anyone know where to buy some decent cologne bottles? Any size. Just looking to all my decants a little more eye-appealing.

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    www.pilotvials.com has some fairly nice refillable glass atomizers. They aren`t overly fancy, but they are better than plain.
    I also recommend etsy.com, they deal in vintage items for a fairly decent price, so you might be able to find something there too. Just watch the shipping, some sellers are pretty steep!
    Cheers

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    I know this is an older thread, but it seems that alot of Basenoters have had good luck with accessoriesforfragrance.com as well as bestbottles.com

    Best Bottles is less expensive but requires a $50 minimum purchase.

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    As others were saying, bestbottles has probably the largest selection, but requires a minimum order of $50 - so you'd have to stock up on bottles and atomizers.

    cacio

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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    As others were saying, bestbottles has probably the largest selection, but requires a minimum order of $50 - so you'd have to stock up on bottles and atomizers.

    cacio
    If you are ever considering hosting a split or doing any decanting it might be worth your time to invest in a bunch of bottles. So the $50 minimum wouldn't be a big deal.

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    I have a bunch of atomizers that I will not be using. Metal silver/gold coated, black coated or glass. They are all great quality. I can sell a handful if anyone interested.

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    I am not sure but it is better to search in Google.

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