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Vintage Perfumes For Sale

Monday, May 6, 2013

Hetra Perfume

Hetra was a Czechoslovakian perfume company that operated in the 1920s - 1930s. There is virtually no information on this novelty perfume company. Hetra was imported into the USA by Rochambeau.

 They commonly used German glass bottles as well as fine French and Czech crystal bottles for their perfumes.

Four Hetra perfumes, photo from Rago Arts 

Photo by Rago Arts

Photo by Perfume Bottles Auction

Photo by Perfume Bottles Auction

Photo by Perfume Bottles Auction

1920s Hetra-Czechoslovakia Holman perfume display, fitted with 27 blown glass bottles (specific spaces for 28) 3 with fabric accents, cork stoppers, labels. Wooden miniature "Victrola" cabinet, silk lining and ribbons (some distress), carousel revolves manually. A Rochambeau import. Closed 14 1/2 in., Largest bottle 2 1/4". Photo by Perfume Bottles Auction

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