From The Original Source
According to historians, the masters and pioneers of perfumery were the Egyptians. Their were the first to incorporate perfumes into their rituals.
Archaeologists have discovered intricate perfume bottles within the tombs of Egyptian pharaohs and when Tutankhamen’s 3,300-year-old tomb was opened, there was still a trace of the strong fragrance detected.
Not only was Egypt the first leader in the creation of perfumes, they were also the first to make bottles for keeping and holding the precious scented oils. The Egyptians adopted glass-making techniques that have been handed down from generation to generation.
Honoring the ancient pure and sacred rituals, we imported our handmade bottles from Khan el-Khalili in Cairo, Egypt. Handcrafted by a brood of artisans who began in the glassworks from the XV century.