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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Coty Parfum SANS NOM

An unusual perfume bottle was spotted on ebay France...the gorgeous and familiar bottle from Coty was presented with a most intriguing label...it merely says "Coty Parfum Sans Nom". ...so I thought this was strange...I looked all over and could not find this name anywhere in my books or on the internet...so what do we really have here...is it a one off perfume that didn't do so well so Coty sacked it? or...was it a prototype?
From the bottle, it is the old Lalique design that has the "briar" stopper...Do you have any information to share?


photos from ebay seller claudemanouk


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