Occasionally, you will find something for sale that makes
you stop for a second in amazement. It
could be just about anything—something like this ESCADA SENTIMENT store
ESCADA SENTIMENT By Escada is a men’s cologne that was
first sold in 2002, and it was more commonly sold in department stores.
This store display bottle was found on the countertop of
the fragrance department in department stores that sold the fragrance. The bottle is a large glass bottle with a cranberry
color, and it has a plastic lid and atomizer. Both the lid and atomizer are
removable, and the store display has the same artistic / triangular shape as
the normal bottle.
The store display is huge—it measures 14 ¾ inches tall
including the lid and 5 inches at the base.
Since this was a store display, it was more than likely
sat with similar display pieces to show off what the store was selling.
I love the shape of the bottle—it looks like it came out
of the Art Deco era with the front having a triangular shape and the geometric
shapes of the back.
This is one type of store display that you can find—what other types of displays have you run across?