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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Misti by LT Piver c1912

Misti by LT Piver was launched in 1912 in France, but didn't reach the shores of the United States til around 1924.

The Pharmaceutical era - Volume 58 - Page 465, 1924:
"New odors called Misti, Velivole and Vivitz are announced. The Misti odor has an especially attractive package, the bottles being made by Lalique and having butterflies pressed into the glass, and the container is of dark blue ornamented with white."

Theatre Magazine, 1927:
"Misti .' Flacon de Luxe $15, trial si:e $1.50, Face Powder $1.50."

Misti by LT Piver, c1913, perfume bottle by Rene Lalique, clear and frosted glass, accented with blue patina and molded with butterflies.2".

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