Eighteenth-century Chinese pilgrim bottle with the shou (long-life) symbol, some of the Eight Immortals' symbols and other auspicious symbols. (Walters Museum)

Clairefontaine Perfume Bottle First introduced in 1931 by René Lalique, this exquisite perfume bottle features a sculptural lily-of-the-valley stopper in decadent midnight blue for a touch of seductive color.

Pilgrim bottle

Jay Strongwater Orchid Cluster Perfume Bottle

Pilgrim bottle

A blue-skinned Krishna dancing with gopi; seventeenth-century Indian art. (Walters Museum)

1650-1675 French Pilgrim flask at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - Pilgrim flasks were called as such because they had the same shape as the canteens and water bottles carried by Medieval pilgrims on their travels.

Pilgrim bottle Cypriote

Pilgrim Bottle

Pilgrim Flask with Mercury and Psyche, Urbino, Italy, Francesco Xanto Avelli (Italian, ca. 1487-ca. 1542), 1530 earthenware with tin glaze (maiolica), 36.5 x 22.4 cm The Walters Art Museum, 48.1373

An eighteenth-century Chinese glass vase decorated with five bats, symbolising five blessings, surrounding a 'shou' (longevity) character. (British Museum)

Pilgrim Bottle, c. 1540 Italy, Faenza, 16th century

Portrait Head Bottle, 5th–6th century Peru; Moche

Tin glazed earthenware Pilgrim Flask Italian 1565 Getty Museum

Fortress of Alanya (ʿAlāʾiye, Alaiye) (Turkey) from Book on Navigation, Walters Art Museum Ms. W.658, fol. 329a

#Fabergé -- Parasol Handle -- Circa 1900 -- Workmaster: Mikhail Perkhin (St. Petersburg) -- Pink enamel on guilloché gold, diamonds -- The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.

Carved ivory spoon, Flemish, early 17th century.

Chinese vase 17th century

Bottle Depicting a Peacock in Foliage, 17th century. Iran; Islamic. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Edward C. Moore Collection, Bequest of Edward C. Moore, 1891 (91.1.188)

China. Female Dancer, Western Han dynasty (206 b.c.–9 a.d.), 2nd century b.c. Earthenware with slip and pigments

Chinese Glass Brushholder with Figures in a Garden: 2nd half of18th century. Opaque white glass with red overlay