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De Vilbiss Company has made atomizers of all types since 1888 but no longer makes the perfume bottle tops so popular with collectors. In the 18th century, porcelain was used to make perfume bottles, but glass is used exclusively to make perfume bottles today.Mouth-blown (aka "hand-made") bottles were produced by skilled craftsmen who gathered the hot glass onto a blowpipe manually then formed the bottle with air pressure applied by mouth to the blowpipe, with (usually) or without the aid of a mold.
Their quantities would be very small in any post-1920 archeological assemblage." The following link is to an amazing early 20th century film clip of a mouth-blown "shop" blowing bottles.The 1908 image to the right was taken at the Seneca Glass Works in Morgantown, WV.