There is an interesting article by Roja Dove in Wallpaper on changes in the perfume industry and how they are reflected in fragrance packaging and bottle design:
Dior commissioned Baccarat to design a bottle for its new fragrance, Diorissimo, which tested the skill of the crystal maker even further. Created in 1956, it is considered to be one of the most sumptuous flacons ever made — symbolising a vase, its stopper is surmounted by a bouquet of gilded bronze flowers.
However, this design marked the end of a golden age for perfume. There are still fine bottles produced, but they are rarefied and produced in small numbers.
Note: the picture of the Diorissimo bottle is via the Musée Christian Dior.