Countess Nikita's Perfume and Toiletries Shop
First in a series of original Victorian storefront room boxes

The front of the storefront

A most inviting window display.

A fine selection for madame's pleasure.
Almost all the bottles were made from beads. The labels were provided in a dollhouse magazine, or clipped from other mags.

We have a wide selection of scents.

Perhaps something from this side of the store?
The cash register is scratch-built.

The bottles on the top shelf are premade wood shapes. The cans on the bottom are wooden dowels.

The exterior is a foamcore shell that fits over the interior, which slides out for viewing.

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