I love pictures of old boudoirs, especially of those belonging to the stars, whether they were their personal sanctuaries of beauty or sets from a movie. The exquisite vanities filled with all sorts of perfume bottles and dresser accessories never fail to pique my interest.
Barbara Pepper (1915 - 1969) - Photo via Rantings of a Modern Day Glamour Girl. In this photo I can identify several perfume bottles of Guerlain's Vol de Nuit/Sous Le Vent, Chanel, Caron's Bellodgia, Caron's Pois de Senteur de Chez Moi, a Lalique perfume bottle, Blue Grass by Elizabeth Arden, Ciro's Reflexions, Patou's Joy, New Horizons by Ciro, as well as a few Czech bottles and unknown bottles. She is holding the largest size of the Ybry perfumes, which is for the Toilet Water.
Bebe Daniels (1901 - 1971) in "Maltese Falcon" - Photo via Atavism from Rad Nauseam. I can see some vintage atomizers here.
Bebe Daniels (1901 - 1971) - Photo via Things and Other Stuff. Looks like a large bottle of Rigaud's Un Air Embaumee.
Colleen Moore (1900 - 1988) - Photo via Starlet Showcase. Can't make out what most of the stuff is on her vanity, but I do see several French atomizers, possibly by Lalique.
Joan Crawford (1905 - 1977) - Photo by New Movie Magazine, Jan 1931 via Allure
Lotte Lorring (1893 - 1939) - Photo via Starlet Showcase
Marlene Dietrich (1901 - 1992), she has tons of bottles, everywhere! I see a Lucien Lelong bottle to the left.
Marion Shilling (1910 - 2004) - Photo via Starlet Showcase. Two gorgeous atomizers, probably from Volupte or DeVilbiss and a large Guerlain, either Mitsouko or L'Heure Bleue to her right.
Miriam Hopkins (1902 - 1972) - Photo via Allure. Several Czech perfume bottles shown here, some with intaglio stoppers.
Liz Taylor, I can see some Czech bottles and Caron's Bellodgia, Czech mini bottle as well as other unknown bottles.
Unknown actress/model, various Victorian to 1920s perfume bottles on vanity, mostly the dauber type. Picture looks to be from the late 1930s - early 1940s.
Janet Gaynor, she has a very tall 1920s perfume atomizer on her vanity!
Beverly Roberts, circa 1937, beautiful Czech perfume in the forefront and nice dresser set shown.
Evelyn Brent, c1930 with her perfume cabinet holding various bottles, including Ybry on the bottom shelf.
Anita Page, c1920s. Many commercial perfumes including Caron's Nuit de Noel, Caron's Naimez Que Moi, and others. She is sniffing the end of a glass dauber from the matching dresser set on her vanity (you can see the atomizer and powder jar just to her right).
German actress Freidl Haerlin, c1930, several perfumes on her vanity, including an atomizer.
Pola Negri, c1920s, holding a Guerlain atomizer (spraying her coiffure with brilliantine).
Myrna Loy, c1931, many crystal perfume bottles are displayed on her vanity.
Sylvia Sidney, c1930, Guerlain, Molinard, Elizabeth Arden, Myon and Caron's Bellodgia amongst others including Czech examples.
Marie Prevost, c9120, holding Czech splatter glass atomizer.
Ginger Rogers, 1940s, holding large atomizer
Ann Miller, c1950
Rita Hayworth, c1940, holding Caron's Bellodgia.
Jeanette McDonald, c1930, showing Czech perfumes as well as a tall DeVilbiss or French atomizer.
Alexander Rodchenko - Portrait au flacon, ca. 1930.
Dorothy Lee, c1930, Czech perfume bottles, Ciro's Chevalier de la Nuit on far left, De Raymond's Pinx on right of dog figure.
Rita Hayworth, c1942. Her vanity is covered with perfume bottles, some look to be factices as they are huge! I see Shocking by Schiaparelli, other Schiaparelli bottles, Lucien Lelong's Indiscret, several bottles of Jean Patou's bottles, other bottles by Lanvin and Chanel, Bellodgia by Caron.
Lana Turner's Perfume Cabinet. The extremely large bottle is Far East by Carlyle. Top Shelf: Mon Image by Lucien Lelong, a Poiret perfume, Jabot by Lucien Lelong, tiny Prince Matchabelli crown bottle, on far left a Guerlain possibly Jicky, and others. Middle Shelf: Moment Supreme by Jean Patou, Joy by Jean Patou, Evening in Paris by Bourjois, Chanel. Grand Prix by Charbert. Bottom Shelf: a Tuvache perfume in the center, really hard to tell what is what...