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Thursday, May 9, 2013

Drialys Perfumes

Perfumeria Drialys, established by Alonso Y Arenas in c1920 in Havana, Cuba. (Also spelled Drialis) .They continued production into the 1950s. manufacturing perfumes, toiletries, cosmetics and soaps.. They were affiliated to Miga of Zurich.

The perfumes of Drialys:

  • 1925 Extracto Mariposa
  • 1925 Gardenia
  • 1925 Nardos de Cuba
  • 1925 Noche Cubana
  • 1930 Rico Habano
  • 1932 Jasmin de Drialys
  • 1932 Jasmin de Venecia
  • 1932 Lila
  • 1932 Rosa
  • 1932 Mariposa
  • 1932 Narciso
  • 1932 Noche Gloriosa
  • 1932 Nuit de Drialys
  • 1932 Petite Fleur
  • 1932 Rue de la Gloirie


Extracto Mariposa by Drialis: launched in 1925, clear glass dome shaped bottle with smoky Bakelite screwcap. Also available in a black glass round or dome shaped bottle w/ yellow glass butterfly stopper, or a yellow ochre colored Bakelite butterfly screw cap. Bottle designed by Julien Viard.

Gardenia, photo by ebay seller just4fluff

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