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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Collecting Vintage Black Glass Perfume Bottles

In this guide, I will introduce you to the wonderful world of commercial perfume bottles made up of black glass. These elegant beauties were produced mainly during the 1920s, most have Art Deco influences. Why not start a collection focusing on just the black glass bottles?



Fleurs de Mousse by Sauze: launched in 1905, black glass bottle w/ molded and gilded design and logo, designed by Julien Viard. 3 1/2" tall.



Borgia by Rosine: launched in 1914, tapered cylindrical black glass w/ embedded gold dust, gilded ribbed stopper, bottle created by Georges Dumoulin, made by d'Argenteuil Glassworks. 3 7/8"




















Ambre by D'Orsay: launched in 1912, black glass bottle, molded with each of its four sides w/ a caryatid at each corner. The stopper was molded w/ stylized flower, all piqued out in white patina, 1912. M p. 933, no. 4. Raised "LALIQUE AMBRE D'ORSAY". 5 1/4'' x 1 1/2'' sq. s. Bottle should be marked R.Lalique. 5 1/4" tall.



Mystere by D'Orsay: launched in 1915, black glass square shaped bottle, the stopper is molded w/ lizards.Bottle marked R Lalique.3 3/4" tall.
















Tabac Russe by Helena Rubinstein: launched in 1915. Bottle used in the 1920s. Black glass square bottle, gilded glass cube shaped cap covering black glass inner stopper. Base acid stamped "Made in France." Stands 2.75" tall.


Narcisse La Bara by Zanol: launched around 1917, black glass rectangular bottle with rounded shoulders, black glass button stopper, gilded foil label. Available in two sizes. Tallest stands 6 1/8" tall.




Unknown perfume bottle. Flat black glass bottle, rounded shape, fan shaped stopper, probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy during the 1920s. Stands 3" tall, 2 1/2" wide.






















Christmas Ever : launched in 1919, black glass bottle has a stair stepped shape and has a gold label. Perfume house unknown. 3 1/2" tall.


Violettes de Nice by Nice-Flore: launched in 1919, black glass kidney shaped flacon molded with floral motifs, piqued out in gold enamel. Bottle designed by Julien Viard and made by Depinoix. Stands 6.5cm tall. Also used for Brin de Rêve by Nice-Flore.




Fete de Nuit by Agnel: launched in 1920, black glass bottle and stopper, shaped almost like a bell w/six full sides, w/ red enamel (missing), designed by Julien Viard. This bottle shape was also used for Conte de Fees by Violet, probably in clear glass as seen in a 1933 ad.
















Maja by Myrurgia: launched in 1920. This is one of the earliest flacons for Maja that were designed by Julien Viard. This black crystal flacon  has a tall figural stopper in the shape of a fountain. The bottle is luxuriously accented with gilding. Some bottles were also made in clear crystal.




















Imperial Toledo by Gal: launched in 1920, black glass rectangular flacon w/ rounded shoulders, button shaped stopper, designed by Spanish artist Federico Ribas.




Muguet by Gimay: launched in 1920, in association with Gimbel Brothers. Gilding on front and stopper.






Black glass bottle, molded with lines piqued out in gilt enamel for unknown perfume, with  gold tone metal crescent moon and stars charm tied around its neck, dates to the 1920s-1930s. Stands 5 1/2" tall. Bottle shape looks identical to the one shown for Avant le Fete by Vibour.



















Le Coeur d'une Rose by Godet: launched in the 1920s, black glass flacon with gilded floral frieze towards bottom, gilded stopper.


Chan-Chui by Ed Pinaud: launched in the 1920s,  powder box, black glass, lid molded in a scale pattern piqued out in gilding and enamel, front accented with faux Chinese ideograms. Design attributed to Henry Hamm. Height 3 1/2". Would look great in a collection of black glass perfume bottles.



















Renaud black glass perfume bottle, rectanular shaped with rounded corners, molded glass stopper. Used for various perfumes by Renaud and some other companies. Base of the bottles are molded with "France." The bottles came in various sizes with the mini bottle standing 2 3/8" tall. Manufactured by the Cristalleries de Nancy in the 1924-1934.




















Catedral by Gueldy: launched in 1920, octagonal black glass bottle, molded stopper, gilded label.


Arabian Passion by Lydes: launched in the 1920s, black glass six sided bottle w/ molded sunbursts at each point in silver, matching pattern on stopper. Gold label in center.




Honey Gold by Honey Gold Co: launched in the late 1920s, black glass bottle by Cristal Nancy.



Amador by De Trevise: launched in the 1920s, black glass bottle, disk shaped, gilded radiating lines, demilune stopper made of gilded black glass. 7.4cm tall.





















Coeur Coeur by Redfern: launched in the 1920s, black glass bottle with gold lines, gilded label.




Lotus de Chine by Frylis: launched in the 1920s, black glass round, disk shaped bottle and stopper, black glass, gilt detail, lacquered paper on recessed front, matching labels each side. Bottle made by Depinoix. Stands 3 1/4" tall.



















Jasmin by D'Orvil: launched in the 1920s, black glass rectangular bottle w/ molded floral stopper, gold foil label on front. Probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy. Stands 7.2cm tall.














May Blossoms by Char'net: (perfume company also called Car'net) launched in the 1920s (or 1945 as seen on another site), black glass rectangular bottle w/ rounded corners bottle most likely made by Cristalleries de Nancy. Bottle has silver foil label, black glass stopper. 2.9" tall.





Caprice de Femme by Moehr: launched in the 1920s, black glass tall rectangular bottles w/ black glass pyramidion shaped stopper, ornate gilded paper polychrome label. Each stands 4 1/4" tall x 3/4" wide. Bottles molded with "France" on base and most likely made by Cristalleries de Nancy. Bottle also used for the following Moehr scents: Lotus Bleu, Gardenia de Monte Carlo, L'Aimee, Yule Tide, Bouquet Violettes de Nice, Capuchine, iris de Mone Carlo, Le Zephir, and Ses Fleurs.








Cristalleries de Nancy manufactured black glass bottles, used by various perfume companies, during the 1920s-1930s. Bottles stand 4 1/2" tall.








































D'Orsay: launched in the 1920s, black glass bottle in an irregular hexagon shape, molded lattice design on front in a frosted finish. It was used for several D'Orsay scents. Bottle marked R Lalique.2 1/2" tall.


My Kiss by Benoit: launched in the late 1920s, opaque black glass disk shaped bottle, w/gilded medallion of a lady's face. Gilded, molded glass stopper in the shape of flowers.





Pour Moi Seule by G. Lemoine: launched in the 1920s, footed ovoid shape black glass bottle with molded dotted lines piqued out in green patina, paper label, matching arched stopper, used for various scents by Lemoine.


La Viegele de L'An by Babbitt, Inc., Philadelphia.: launched in the 1920s. Cylindrical black glass vial with molded figural sphinx head stopper. Paper label. Measures 7.2cm in length.























Cartier, Inc., of New York, N. Y.: launched in the 1920s, black glass diamond shaped bottle w/ angled lines, piqued out in gold, held various floral perfumes by Cartier, Inc., of New York, N. Y., distributed by Dermay Perfumers Inc. Stopper has cork end. Bottle has gilt label on bottom front. 6 1/4" tall.



Jasmin by Cartier, Inc., of New York: launched in the 1920s. Square black glass bottle with gold foil label, black glass button stopper has cork end. Stands 3-1/2" tall.

Amour Americain by Gabilla: launched in 1920, black glass round bottle w/ molded and gilded floral decoration around middle. Name of perfume in gold lettering above floral band. Designed by Julien Viard. This bottle was the model for the Lanvin ball shaped flacons. Same bottle used for My Sin by Gabilla.

















Rose Brumaire by Volnay: launched in 1922, black glass rectangular bottle molded w/ geometric abstract lines, designed by Andre Jollivet. 3 3/8" tall. Also used for the perfume Ambre.


Nuit de Noel by Caron: launched in 1922, black glass flacon has a gilt label,  faceted stopper, by Baccarat. Packaged in a cardboard box w/ faux shagreen paper, silk tassel on one end, resembling Japanese inro case. Bottles available in several sizes.
























Conte de Fees by Violet: launched in 1922, black glass round bottle w/ gold decoration and stopper, by Maurice Depinoix. 1 3/4" tall.



Ambre Indien by Volnay: launched in 1922, black glass disk shaped bottle w/ molded cosmos flowers, designed by Andre Jollivet.















Carezza by Sauze: launched in 1922, black glass disk shaped bottle w/ molded reptile skin design, highlighted w/ gilding. Bottle designed by A. Jollivet.


My Sin by Jeanne Lanvin: launched in 1923, black glass round bottle w/ gilt logo on front, gilded ribbed ball or raspberry shaped stopper. Bottle was designed by Armand Rateau, logo designed by Paul Iribe. 3 1/4" tall. Be on the lookout as this bottle also came in a rare clear glass with gilded logo on front.


Mah-Jongg by Pleville: launched in 1923, black glass bottle in the shape of a Chinese snuff bottle, opaque green jade button shaped stopper. Molded with "Mah-Jongg" a Chinese character idiom and "Pleville Paris' picked out in applied patina. It is marked on the bottom "Made In France A. Jollivet". Bottle stands 2.75" tall.  Housed in a presentation box with pull out drawer, lid is styled after a Mah-Jongg tablet, drawer has small celluloid dice and long silk tassel.




My Sin by Gabilla: launched in 1923, black glass round bottle w/ molded and gilded flower decoration around middle. My Sin Paris in gold above flower band. Stopper round, upper half has the same molded/gilded floral decoration. Sits on a gilded square, footed base. Designed by Julien Viard and made by Depinoix. Stands 3 3/8" tall.






















No. 1 by Rallet: launched in 1923, black glass melon shaped bottle w/ jadeite green glass stopper. 5 1/4" tall.



Rhapsodie by Marcel Raffy: launched in 1923, black glass bottle molded with a fan shape motif, black molded glass stopper with an opalescent glass orb in the center. Stands 4" tall.


















Le Chevalier de la Nuit by Ciro: launched in 1923, Julien Viard designed black glass bottle in the shape of a knight. Came in various sizes.


Adam et Eve by Marcel Raffy: launched in 1923,  square shaped black glass bottle w/ rounded corners, and glass button stopper, gilded embossed label on front.






Le Dandy by D'Orsay: launched in 1923, black glass octagonal bottle w/ round stopper, designed by Sue et Mare. Baccarat bottle. 3 1/2" tall. Available in various sizes.
















Madame Madeleine Vionnet: launched in the 1924, black glass square shaped bottle, w/ gilding on edges and gilded square stopper cap, covering inner stopper of glass, designed by Boris Lacroix, Maurice Depinoix bottle. This bottle was used for the following four scents: A, B, C, and D.



Miracle by Lentheric: launched in 1924, unique black crystal bottle w/ real gold dust in the glass, called "floating gold". Deluxe flacon was made by Baccarat, designed by Georges Dumoulin, the smaller bottles were made by Depinoix. Black bakelite stopper cover. Base acid stamped Made in France. Bottle came in three sizes, 5 7/8" tall, 4 1/2" tall and 3 1/8" tall.

Caravelle by Marcel Guerlain: launched in 1924, black glass bottle in the shape of a sailing ship, trimmed in gold enamel. Gold label on "sail". Bottle by Maurice Depinoix. 5" tall.





















Source Bleue by A. Euziere: launched in 1924, black glass bottle w/ narcissus molded stopper.





Kai Sang by Corday: launched in 1924, deluxe black glass w/ enameled decoration on bottle and stopper in red, white and gold. 3" tall. Made by Depinoix.



















Circe by Moiret: launched in 1924, black glass bottle w/ frosted frieze of goddess Circe, lion and dog, stopper stylized flower. Back is molded w/ the name Circe. Base marked Made in France. 3" tall. 




















Sous Le Gui by Jean de Parys: launched in 1925, black glass w/ gilded cap, accented w/ a tassel.R. LALIQUE design, created by Andre Jollivet.



Mimosa by d'Amboise: launched in 1925, black glass square shaped bottle w/ gilded molded mimosa plant panels at each corner. Each panel is different, matching floral motif gilt stopper. Bottle by H. Saumont. Other versions have white patina instead of the gilding. Also came in a clear bottle with same design. Stands 2 1/2" tall.











Coax Me by Vallant: launched in 1925, black glass bottle.




New Year’s Eve by Hattie Carnegie: launched in 1925, black glass, gilt stopper, gold foil label reads "New Year's Eve" on front and "Hattie Carnegie" on verso. The base is acid stamped with "France' and the bottle was made by Depinoix. Stands 3 3/4" tall.




















Nardos de Cuba by Drialis: launched in 1925, arch shaped black glass bottle, black teardrop stopper, gold foil label. 4.5" tall. Probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.





Le Fleuve Bleue by Lionceau: launched in 1925, black glass bottle w/ molded floral decoration, by H. Saumont. 5 7/8" tall.





















Ami by Silka: launched in 1925, black glass bottle molded w/ silvered eggshell texture, gilded labels, by Baccarat. 4 1/8" tall.























Byzance by Grenoville: launched in 1925, black glass bottle molded w/ Greek Key design by Verreries Brosse. Red label w/ black lettering. Came packaged in an elegant gold box w/ black tassel. Base molded w/ Grenoville Made in France. 4 1/8" tall.

Byzance by Grenoville: launched in 1925, black glass purse bottle molded w/ raised dot design. Embossed silver foil label down front center. Screw cap under gold tone metal cover. 2 1/4" tall.





Molinard 1920s black glass bottle, molded with abstract floral designs on each side, molded stopper, used for various perfumes. Bottle stands 3-1/4" tall. Base marked "Bottle Made in France".





















Mon Studio by Calliste: launched in 1925, black glass rectangular bottle w/ round ball stopper, gold foil embossed nude on label. Stands 3 1/2" tall.




Byzance by Grenoville: launched in 1925, arched top black glass bottle molded with three wide vertical ribs,  with four part lobed black glass stopper, small square gold paper label,  available in three sizes, 2 1/2", 3 1/4"  tall and 4" tall. Bottles marked "Made in France" on base. Bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.



Gardenia by Drialis: launched in 1925, arch shaped black glass bottle, black teardrop stopper, gold foil label. 4.5" tall. Probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.























Camelia Noir by Erte: launched in 1925, black glass rectangular bottle and stopper.
























Distinction by Calliste: launched in 1925, black glass bottle w/diagonally molded frosted stripes, gold foil embossed nude on label. Ribbed gilt stopper. Stands 2 3/8" tall. Larger bottles have a round black glass ball stopper.





Peronia Perfume Co., Nottingham: launched in the 1920s, pyramid shaped black glass bottle for unknown perfume, green prism stopper, gold foil label. Stands 2 1/2" high.

















Atakor by A. Euziere: launched in 1925, black glass square shaped flacon w/ sloping shoulders. Created by Georges Dumoulin, made by Societe Parisienne de Verreries.





Amour Sauvage by Ybry: launched in 1925-1929,  square shaped black crystal bottle by Baccarat, silver foil label, w/ enameled metal cover, Acid etched Baccarat.





















Locion Mirka by Griet: launched in 1925, black glass rectangular shaped flacon. Label design by Achille Mauzan. Griet was a short lived perfumery company from Argentina.




Olor de la Noche by Raquel: launched in 1925, black glass bottle w/ ripples,black glass stopper. This bottle also came in clear satin glass w/ black ripples. Bottles came in about three different sizes, including a rare mini size w/ a gilded stopper.










No. 101 by Bergdorf Goodman: launched in 1925, black glass bottle by Depinoix.




Hattie Carnegie by Hattie Carnegie: launched in 1925, black glass pyramid bottle in the shape on an inkwell. Gilded decoration on bottle and stopper. Base acid stamped Made in France Depinoix. Possible Julien Viard design. 3 1/4" tall.


Notchenka by Renaud: launched in 1925, black glass w/ green patina, designed by Julien Viard. 3" tall.



Reve de Noel by Veldez: launched in 1925, arched black glass bottle, molded with arched vertical lines, silver foil label on front, black glass ball stopper. This bottle was also used for Extracto Mariposa by Drialys and Mimzy by De Raymond. Bottle came in two sizes: 4 1/2" tall, 3 3/4" tall.  Base is molded France. Bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.















Mimzy by De Raymond: launched in 1925, arched black glass bottle, molded with arched vertical lines, silver foil label on front, black glass ball stopper. This bottle was also used for Reve de Noel by Veldez and Extracto Mariposa by Drialys. Bottle came in two sizes: 4 1/2" tall, 3 3/4" tall. Base is molded France. Bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.

Extracto Mariposa by Drialys: launched in 1925, black glass round or dome shaped bottle w/ yellow glass butterfly stopper, also found w/ Bakelite butterfly screw cap or with just a black bakelite screwcap. The bottle shown on the left measures 2" tall, 2-1/8" wide. Bottle designed by Julien Viard.




Romantique-1835 by Gal: launched in 1925, black rectangular bottle w/clear glass stopper, gilded label. in 19th century-style satin lined box. 4" tall.























Bonne Nuit by Miga: launched in 1925, black glass bottle and stopper, bottle impressed all around with abstract motifs, bottom molded with Paris France.




Pleasant Memories by Vivi Inc: launched in 1925, in association with Vivaudou. Presented in German black glass bottle, stopper a double headed Sphinx.





Xmas E' by Fragonard: launched in 1929,  arched top black glass bottle molded w/ vertical lines, stopper molded w/fruit laden branches covered in gold enamel, gold foil label. Marked "Made in France" on base. Stands 3" tall. Later renamed Orchidee and presented in the same bottle.



















No. 8 by Miss Jackson: launched in the late 1920s-early 30s, black glass bottle and stopper of rectangular form, stopper and a design of flowers enameled,  gold names printed on bott
















Heliotrope by Les Parfums Azurvyl: launched in 1925, black glass w/ embedded gold dust, created by Georges Dumoulin, made by d'Argenteuil Glassworks.



Diable Noir by Vibert Freres:
launched in 1925, round disk shaped black glass bottle molded with radiating lines piqued out in gilt enamel, crescent shaped black glass stopper, also gilt.




Chou Chou by The House of Wenger: launched in 1925, black glass cube shaped bottle, with flat gilt black glass stopper, small gilt paper label in upper left corner. 2 3/8" tall.





















L'Inattendue by Silka: launched in 1925, Georges Chevalier design, atomizer, clear glass, black and gold enamel, gilt metal fittings. Perfume dispenses through mouth. 4 3/4"





















Reves Dores by Les Parfums de Malyne: launched in 1925, black glass bottle in the shape of a pointed arch, teardrop stopper. Bottle by H. Saumont.



Pepites d'Or by Studia: launched in 1925, black cased glass embedded with gold particles having the appearance of chips. Half spherical cap flattened cutting black. Designed by Georges Dumoulin and produced by Verreries d'Argenteuil.



Shari by Langlois: launched in 1926, black glass bottle w/ faux eggshell motif and Art Deco abstract designs in orangey red, gold, white and iridescent enameling. Box in the shape of Japanese inro case, complete w/ silk tassel on lid. Bottle stands 4 1/4" tall.
























Springtime by Parfumerie Societe la France: launched in 1926, rectangular black glass bottle with slightly sloping shoulders, molded with a floral frieze towards the top of the bottle and vertical lines down the front, with cut ball stopper. Gold label.



Femme du Jour by Corday: launched in 1926, black glass bottle w/ gilding, by Baccarat. 4" tall.
























Pour Rever by Violet (Veolay): launched in 1926, black glass bottle, looks similar to Chinese snuff bottle, black glass button stopper. Gilded label. 3.4" tall.



Le Dandy by D'Orsay: launched in 1923, but this bottle dates to 1925, square black glass flacon w/ molded chain design down each side, pattern repeated on stopper, embossed gold foil label in center of bottle. 3 1/2" tall.





















Xmas Bells (Les Cloches de Noel) by Molinard: launched in 1926, black glass bell shaped bottle, w/gilt embossed label in center. Packaged in a red, square shaped box. Base acid etched Made in France. 4 1/4" tall.




Lune de Miel by Sari: launched in
1926, round disk shaped bottle w/ crescent moon face and stars w/ silver finish, by Depinoix. 4 3/8" tall.























Xmas Chimes by Dubois: launched in 1926, black glass bell shaped bottle w/ gold label in center. Packaged in red and gold wide, cylindrical box. Imitating the popular perfume Xmas Bells by Molinard. 2 1/4" tall.




Sous le Gui by Jean de Parys: launched in 1925, but this bottle dates to 1926,  an exceedingly rare perfume counter display in black glass, c. 1926. R. Lalique design, created by Andre Jollivet. M p. 942, (bottle design). Stands 11 1/2" tall..



Crusellas perfume bottle for unknown scent. Square black glass bottle molded with vertical ribbing on both front and back, the front has a center oval indentation meant for a paper label. The stopper is molded as a stylized flower. Bottle stands 3.5" tall. Unmarked, but manufactured by Swindell. Bottle was undoubtedly used by other perfume companies.


















Le Double Cinq by Alice Choquet: launched in 1926, black glass bottle w/ gilded domino design and trim. Came in two sizes, 3" and 2 3/8".



Odeur Charvai by Tre-Jur: launched in 1926, black glass half moon shaped bottle w/ a gilded square shaped metal over cap, small glass inner stopper. Tiny label on the side or front of bottle. Stands 6" tall, also came in a mini size of 1 1/2" tall..




Princess Norina by Prince Matchabelli: launched in 1926, crown bottle in black glass w/gilded highlights, in various sizes.



Gardez Moi by Jovoy: launched in 1926, black glass bottle in the shape of a stylized panther, bottle by Baccarat. 




















Chypre by Vantine's: launched in 1926, black crystal bottle etched with city skyline and marked "Chypre A.A. Vantine and Co." on the front in a gilded foil label and "France" on the bottom. Wooden box with black, silver, and gold painted design on the front. Marked underneath "Vantine's Made in Japan". Bottle 3-1/4" high. Box 2-3/4" x 2" x 4-1/4" high. Very similar in style to Guerlain's Liu.




Notturno by Mury: launched in 1926, flat black glass oval bottle w/ gilded logo on front, gilded stopper. Bottle by Baccarat. Packaged in a tasseled box. Bottle stands 3 7/8" tall.



Beau "K" by Carle Armand Company: launched in 1927, demi-lune shaped black glass bottle w/ matching demi-lune black glass stopper. The front of the bottle has a label with a dancing couple and "Beau 'K". The bottle has a paper label on the bottom stating: "1 oz. Beau "K" $4.00 per oz. The Armand Company Des Moines, Iowa." The bottle stands 3 1/4" tall.



Le Debut Noir by Richard Hudnut: launched in 1927, black glass octagonal bottle w/ gold floral stopper. Various shapes and sizes.





















Vacances from Jean Patou, 1920s-1930s. Opaque black glass bottle molded with thick ribbing, black glass stopper with JP monogram piqued out in gold. This may be the original black bottle design from 1931 for Joy, inspired by Jean Patou's own collection of antique Chinese snuff bottles.





Nuit Romantique by Delyna: launched in 1927, black glass rectangular bottle with rounded corners, decorated on one side with stars and titled "Romantic Night" under "Delyna" . Black glass stopper also molded floral with decoration in gold. 10.5cm tall. The bottle in the photo looks identical to the black bottle but the stopper is clear instead of black and it lacks the gilding.



Gardenia by Brajan: launched in 1927, tall, square shaped black glass bottle, black glass inner stopper, silver foil label. 3" tall.


















XVIII by Delettrez: launched in 1927, black glass ball shape bottle molded with stylized flower petals and ribbing in center w/ button shaped stopper. Designed by Julien Viard. Base is marked "Made In France". Stands 7cm tall.





Niradjah by Marquis: launched  in 1927, Depinoix perfume bottle in black crystal w/ red cased crystal stopper, w/ label, in deluxe silver and yellow silk presentation box, 1920s. 3 3/4" tall.








L'Endeley by Raquel, Inc: launched in 1927. Cylindrical black glass bottle with floral molded button stopper, silver foil label, holds 1/8 oz of parfum. Bottle stands 2 1/3" tall, and molded "France" on the base, most likely made by Cristalleries de Nancy. Bottle also held other perfumes by Raquel: Gardenia, Chamonix, Fragrance of the Night, L'Endeley, Fragrancia, Orange Blossom.

















Jugo de Loto Intea by Parfumerie Beltran: launched in the late 1920s, black glass bottle with arched shoulders and molded with vertical lines, amber glass stopper. This bottle held a hair dye called Intea. Beautiful polychrome paper label depicting an Oriental maiden. Bottle stands 6 ½” tall.


















Sensation by Delyna: launched in 1927, black glass round bottle w/ gold enameled detailing, gilded conical stopper. Front has "Sensation Delyna Paris" in gold. Marked "France" on base. 1 7/8" tall.


Condal black glass perfume bottle with gray enameling. Stands 2.9" tall. These were available in black, yellow, green or blue opaque glass for various fragrances from Parfums Condal.























Ganna Walska by Ganna Walska: launched in 1927, ten sided geometric black glass bottle, cut glass spike stopper, bottle stands 4 1/2" tall x 3" wide, bottle may be Czech in origin. Silken tassel around mouth.




















Durante el Invierno by Chas A. Stevens: launched in 1927, black glass tall bottle, the corners of the bottle feature finely molded and gilded women’s faces w/ very tall Marie Antoinette type pompadours crowned w/ a string of pearls. This bottle is very similar in style to the black Lalique bottle for Ambre by D'Orsay, and may have also been used for the following Chas A Stevens perfumes: En el Verano, Para el Ontono, El Ano Perfumado, Ci-Cix, and Tears. I believe the bottle may be a rare Lalique experimental or by Depinoix or Viard.





Le Parfum NN Forvil by Forvil: launched in the 1927,(Le Parfum Nuit Noir)  black glass rectangular bottle w/ frosted Art Deco geometric band along top. Frosted logo on front. Came in a red leather case. Bottle marked R Lalique. 3 5/8" tall.


Les Heures de Perugia, Soir by Andre Perugia: launched in 1927, also known as simply Soir, black glass rectangular bottle w/ simple gilt lettering.





Pierre Precieuse by Lionceau: launched in 1927, black glass bottle w/ intricate arabesque floral decoration piqued out in gold enamel, flat rectangular black glass stopper, bottle by H. Saumont. Small square gold paper label on side. Available in two sizes: 3 ½" tall and 2 ¾" tall.


Me Voila by Whitmores: launched in 1927,  black glass rectangular bottle w/ a gilded Art Deco design (by Jean Lambert-Rucki) of a man's profile against a stylized Cubist cityscape. Gilt black glass flat rectangular stopper. Stands 3 7/8" tall.





















Azaello by Brajan: launched in 1927, black glass.




Merry Christmas by Benoit: launched in 1927, black glass bottle w/ gilded figural stopper of woman holding child. Front of bottle has gilded Nativity scene. Bottle was designed and made by Maurice Depinoix .4 3/4" tall.











Contes Choisis by Marcel Guerlain: launched in 1927,  black glass book shaped bottle w/ gilded trim and stopper. 3 1/2" tall.





Bibelot by Lydes: launched in 1927, cube shaped black glass bottle, with cube shaped bakelite stopper cover and stand. 4 1/2" tall.



















Cime D'Or by Maubert: launched in 1927, black glass w/ floating gold finish and gilt stopper, w/ label. 3 1/4" tall.
























Chypre by Lerys: launched in 1927, black glass bottle.




L’Heure Blonde by Bernard et Cie: launched in 1928, black glass rectangular bottle molded with wavy lines heavily gilded. Brass cap covering glass inner stopper. Designed by Andre Jollivet.













Dyne by Plassard: launched in 1928, square black glass bottle with rounded corners, w/ gilt "Dyne" on front, button stopper.



Gueldiana by Gueldy: launched in 1928, black glass bottle molded with a line of squares on each side, made by H. Saumont.

















Jonchee de Pois Senteur by Volnay: launched in 1928, black glass bottle by A. Jollivet.






Nuit de Paques by Benoit: launched in 1928, black glass bottle w/ a gilded crescent moon and stars. The name of the perfume is also piqued out in gilt on the front of the bottle. Bottle has a small black glass button stopper. Back embossed w/ "Marquee Depose H. Benoit Paris". Bottle made by Depinoix. The bottle comes housed in a luxurious gilded cardboard box simulating a Japanese inro case, and lined w/ turquoise blue velvet and ends with a silken tassel.













Kiri-Mon by Roland Koschbrak: launched in the late 1920s, black glass vial w/ black glass stopper. Gilded foil labels. Housed in black cardboard box.





Mascarades by Cherigan: launched in 1928, tall, rectangular black glass bottle w/ gilded designs and a hand holding a mask. Black glass tapered stopper. base marked "France". Bottle by Cristalleries de Nancy. 4" tall.



Feminette by De Musset: launched in 1928, flattened, disk shaped bottle realistically molded w/ gilded design of paper money (honesty) plant leaves, w/ matching gilded stopper, by Maurice Depinoix. This bottle came in two sizes 4 1/8" tall and 3 1/16" tall . This bottle was also used for the perfume De Musset Poeme in 1928. .




Poeme Arabe by Lionceau: launched in 1928, black glass bottle and stopper, ochre enamel recessed detail. 3 1/4 in.



Jasmin by La Lete: launched in 1928. Tall, square black glass bottle with molded floral stopper, gold foil label. Stands 5.8" tall.  Colorful presentation box covered with circular motifs. Also available in other La Lete perfumes: Narcisse and Chypre. Bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.



Fleurs de Tabac by Cherigan: launched in 1929, black glass bottle w/ gilded applied tobacco leaf, black floral molded glass stopper piqued out in white patina.Bottom of the bottle is marked "Made in France". Stands 2 5/8" tall. Designed by Andre Jollivet. Bottle was also available in clear glass with gilded accents.

Le Secret du Diamant by Louise Peszynska: launched in 1929, black glass in the shape of a faceted diamond w/ star design on top. Housed in leather case, fitted w/ a mirror inside lid.


Le Secret du Diamant by Louise Peszynska: launched in 1929, tall, square black glass bottles with button stoppers. Bottles available in two sizes.





Xmas E' by Fragonard: launched in 1929, black glass bottle w/ gilded rope detail along top, gilt stopper. Gold foil label, H. Saumont bottle.



Suspiro de Granada by Myrurgia: launched in 1929, the black glass bottle came encased in a red/black and gold lacquered case accented w/ chenille pompons. 3 1/4" tall.












Chance by Cherigan: launched in 1929, black glass w/ an applied horseshoe of glass in gold finish, w/ molded labeling. Designed by Andre Jollivet. 3 1/4" tall.





Liu by Guerlain: (also known as No. 105 for export), launched in 1929,  black glass bottle w/ gilt label on front, matching box. Bottle was made by Baccarat. 2 1/4" tall. 















Le Onyx (?) by Carege: launched in 1929 (1925 in some sources), black glass, round shaped bottle with gilded "claws" on base and stopper, black glass button stopper with gilt detail. Bakelite presentation box by Eduard Fornells. Bottle designed by J. Viard, Bottle stands 2 3/4" tall.




















Byzance by Grenoville: launched in 1925, but bottle dates to early 1930s, black glass, wedge shape, chrome stopper cover.






















Le Diamant Noir by Mas de Madrid: launched in the 1930, black glass octagonal bottle that looks nearly identical to that of the Le Dandy bottle above, has flattened panel in the center, covered w/ a gilt foil label.




No. 10 by W. I. Addis: launched in 1930, black glass hobnail perfume bottle and gilt hobnail stopper, by Julien Viard. 2 1/4" tall. Beautiful gilded presentation box. 


 Le Diamant Noir by Mas de Madrid: launched in the 1930s, black glassbottle, button stopper.






Coeur Enchaîné by Honore Payan: launched in 1930. modernist black opaque glass bottle molded pressed cubic section, belly cut into facets. Heart shaped paper label. Stands 9.5cm tall.



Paris Grand Luxe Valencia by Godissart's Parfum Classique Francaise Inc (Hollywood): launched in 1930, black glass, rectangular bottle with stepped shoulders, matching stepped glass stopper.  Godissart's " Paris Grand Luxe " perfume, Valencia on one label and Godissarts's Parfum Classique Francais Inc. on other. Bottle stands approximately 3 1/2" tall.


















Hollywood Nights by Oralee de Freres: launched in 1930, rectangular black glass bottle with black button stopper, gilded foil label, presentation box made up of lizard skin embossed paperboard, top of lid has a silken tassel.























Chance by Atkinsons: launched in 1930. Black glass figural perfume bottle, in the shape of a figa amulet, gold paper label reads "Chance , Atkinsons", brass screw on cap with plastic dauber, cap is decorated with colored satin tassel, bottle measures 2 7/8" long.

Jeunesse by Gloria Campbell: launched in 1930, flattened square shaped black glass bottle with rounded corners, molded jade green glass button stopper, silver foil label. Stands 7.5cm tall.  Probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy. This same bottle shape was used for Gardenia by De Vauchey in 1933.



















Mon Peche by Poiret: launched in 1930, black glass bottle molded w/ flowers along the sides and stopper. Gilt embossed label. Bottle was also used for La Vierge Folle and Moment Supreme, both by Poiret. 5 1/2" tall.








Champs de Mai by Le Galion: launched in 1930,  black glass bottle, stopper is molded w/ a sailing ship, enameled in white.





Avant le Fete by Vibour: launched in 1930, black glass rectangular bottle, molded with lines, gold foil label, metal inner stopper and brass over cap. Stands 5" tall.






Fete Mondaine by De Vibour: launched in 1930, black glass perfume bottle and stopper as a champagne bottle, gilt detail. 4 3/4" tall. Also used for Avant la Fete by Vibour.


American Beauty by De Coerber: launched in 1930. The  bottle measures 3 1/2" tall and 1 3/4" across.





















L'Or de Minuit by de Burmann: launched in 1930, black glass bottle, golden label.


Philippe Gendron: launched in 1920s-1930s, arched black glass bottle with small black glass ball stopper, bronze metallic labels, one bottle has the initials "DFF" and the other has "DTA", the back of one bottle reads "Philippe Gendron New York/Los Angeles". Stands 2 1/2" tall. Bases molded with "France". Bottles most likely made by Cristalleries de Nancy.




Taurus by Astrologique: launched in 1931, tall, square black glass bottle, button stopper, gold foil label. Bottle probably by Cristalleries de Nancy. Stands  3 ¾ " tall.



Narcisse la Nuit by Jarvaise: launched in 1930, tall, black glass bottle, tapered top and bottom, wider in the middle, molded with lines. Gold foil label. Stands 4" tall.


Le Prestige by Moiret: launched in 1930, black glass bottle, both bottle and stopper molded with fish scale motif, silver label, bottle made by Cristalleries de Nancy.


Quand? by Corday: launched in 1930. The fragrance was available as parfum and eau de toilette. The perfume bottles are made up of black glass with gilded lettering and were inspired by Chinese snuff bottles. The parfum bottles range in size from: 1 3/4" tall mini bottle, 2 1/2" tall small size, 3 1/4" tall medium size, 4" tall deluxe size. The eau de toilette bottle is in the same shape as the parfum flacon but stands 4 1/2" tall and is lettered with "eau de toilette" on the verso.











Nenufar by Parfums Ramey: launched in 1931, black glass rectangular bottle etched with a figure of an African, complete with a small black head with broad smiling mouth and bright eyes, much akin to Golliwogg by Vigny. Pol Rab designed the bottle for the 1931 Paris Colonial Exposition. 



















Pinx de Raymond: launched in 1931. Cylindrical black glass bottle with black glass button stopper, silver foil label. The bottle stands about 5.25" tall and has about a 2'' diameter. The base is molded with "France". Bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.



Joy by Jean Patou: launched in 1931, black glass bottle imitating Chinese snuff bottle, lettering in gold. Red plastic stopper.


Hellade by Parfums Francais Inc: launched in 1932, black glass hexagonal bottle w/ paper label featuring Neo-Classical putti. Bottle is deeply engraved with "Hellade" and "Nancy" on verso. Base is deeply engraved with "Paris France". Bottle by Baccarat for Parfums Francais, Inc of New York. The bottle measures 2 1/4" tall.




Gardenia by De Vauchey: launched in 1933, black glass perfume bottle, having a flattened square shape with rounded corners and original label which reads "Gardenia/de Vauchey", bottle stands 4" tall. Probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.


Water Lily by Helena Rubinstein: launched in 1934, a conical black glass bottle with a lotus stopper.





















Parfum Seymour by Bourjois: launched in 1934, a masculine fragrance, square black glass bottle with rounded shoulders, chrome plated brass screwcap. Silver foil label. Stands 4 1/8" tall. Bottle made by Vererries Brosse.  Wooden presentation box. Also used for Chicote by Bourjois in 1934.







Tabatchin by Molinard: launched in 1934,  black glass cube shaped bottle by Baccarat.




Minuit by Ramey: launched in the 1935, black glass bottle w/ molded gilded floral stopper. Gilded label shows nude woman holding a perfume burner. 4.3" tall.




Le Dandy by D'Orsay: launched in 1923, but this bottle dates to 1935, black glass bottle, black glass button stopper, bottle made by Cristalleries de Nancy. 2-11/16" tall.



Parfum Elixir by Prince Georges of Russia: launched in 1935, black glass carafe shaped tester bottle w/ long dauber on stopper. Two sizes available: 4 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" tall. Also used for Enigma? by Alexa, an affiliated company.





Samarkand by Parfums Reiger: launched in 1935, rectangular black glass bottle with rounded corners, molded glass stopper, bottle made by Cristalleries de Nancy. This bottle was used by other perfumers such as Renaud.



Rouge et Noir by Parfumerie Lesquendieu (a division of Tussy): launched in 1935, opaque black glass rectangular perfume bottle with sloping shoulders, button stopper, white enameled lettering, bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy, the base is molded with "France". 3 3/4” tall.



Corinthia by Lotus du Noël: launched in 1936, presented in a Colonial Expo Bottle and in a black crystal Corinthian column styled bottle.


Noir by Weil: launched in 1937, black square glass bottle with a stopper shaped as a disk. The bottle is tied with blue ribbons and has a gold wax seal impressed with "Weil Noir Paris". This bottle comes in a box of quilted blue silk, and has a blue, black and white exterior. Bottle stands 2.7" tall.






Mischief by Saville of London: launched in 1937, conical black glass bottle w/ silver foil label, chrome foot and screw cap. 3" tall.




Mischief by Saville of London: launched in 1937, black glass bottle w/ silver foil labels.The bottle snaps into a molded plastic top hat, then packaged in a miniature hat box. Hat measures 2 1/4" tall.


Ouvrez Moi by Lubin: launched in 1937, black glass purse shaped bottle w/ gold trim and braided silk cord handle. 3" tall.








Noir by Weil: launched in 1937, black glass bottle, curving vase shape with black painted wooden screw cap, blue label on front and one on base of bottle. Bottle stands 6 1/2" tall and held Noir Eau de Cologne."























Easter Lily by Lili Bermuda: launched in 1939, black glass bottle in rectangular shape, black glass stopper, gold foil label. 2.2" tall.




Brumes by Le Galion: launched in 1939, black glass and gold trim bottle.




Eau de Parfum Florale by Edhia: launched in 1940, black glass bottle shaped like an African American man wearing a top hat, holding a ladder and a chimney sweep.






















Enigma? by Alexa: launched in 1931, decanter shaped black glass bottle w/ gilded label on front. Two sizes available: 4 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" tall.






















Espoir by Paquin: launched in 1945, black tall, circular shaped flacon w/ gold and black label.


Jolly Sin by Merle Norman: launched in 1953, tall, curvy vase style bottle, gold "coolie hat" shaped screw top. Stands 3 1/2" tall.
























Incanto by Simonetta: launched in 1955, black crown shaped bottles, clear stoppers. Came in both 2" tall and 3" tall bottles.




Kali by Dana: launched in 1955 (some sources say 1933), black glass  rectangular bottle with rounded shoulders, small cylindrical stopper, black label with dancing female figure. 6.4cm

















Nokturn by Uroda Pollena: launched in the 1960s, geometric heptagon (7 sided)  black glass bottle with green plastic screw cap. Stands 2" tall.






















Night and Day by Dodge and Olcott: launched in the 1950s. Black glass perfume bottle with brass screw caps, gold and black foil labels. Stand 2" tall.

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