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Monday, April 8, 2013

Paul Boyer Perfumes

Parfums Paul Boyer was established around 1940 in Paris France. The company's name was often seen spelled as Pavl Boyer in advertisements. Some popular and prestigious artists helped to create the presentations for Paul Boyer. Georges Lepape designed the box for Bandoura and A.E. Marty designed the presentation box for the perfume Coreoba.

The company seems to be short lived and may have only survived into the mid 1950s.

The perfumes of Paul Boyer:

  • 1940 Avant La Lettre
  • 1940 Bandoura
  • 1940 Pecheresse
  • 1945 Coreoba
  • 1946 Haute Mode
  • 1946 Identitie
  • 1946 Tabac de Virginie
  • 1946 Lavande
  • 1946 Sous Les Palmes
  • 1950 Le Secret de Boyer


PAUL BOYER "Bandoura" perfume bottle in clear glass, sealed, with label, secured with metal ribbon in rare original Russian motif box by Georges Lepape, c. 1940.Corner signature LEPAPE. 4 1/2". Photos by Rago Arts

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