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Friday, April 12, 2013

Flirt by Ed Pinaud c1908

Flirt was first launched in 1908 by Ed Pinaud. It was then relaunched in 1937 in the famous Scarlett O'Hara bottle and the name was given a US trademark.

In 1990, the perfume was relaunched as a special edition of only 1000 examples for the inauguration of the Museum of Edouard Pinaud,  in a copy of its original flacon and box design.

The trademark expired in 1996.

Original Flirt perfume box, circa 1908, photo by Art Francais

Re-edition from 1990.

Ed PINAUD. "Flirt". 1990. Issue No. limited edition. Bottle cut glass faceted stopper with gold embossed the label and its imposing luxury box with floral embossed gold. Sealed, original perfume. 50ml. H. 15 cm

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