This bottle stands 3-1/2 inches tall to the top of the stopper. It once had a label. Clearly is was a stock bottle which Rigaud simply filled and labeled. While Rigaud, on occasion, offered certain of its fragrances in elegant bottles, most of its products were offered in stock bottles which were similar to what its competitors were using. Rigaud's clientelle was (supposed to be) so wealthy that they would just know to buy the product. Rigaud has, for the most part, been out of the perfume business since around 1950.
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