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Vintage Perfumes For Sale

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Perfumery, cosmetic and toiletry house established in mid 19th century by Georges Lemoine as Parfumerie du Globe at 57 rue Saint-Lazar, Paris. The company merged with Alexis Biette in 1939 and was eventually acquired by Lever Brothers in 1950.

The perfumes of Lemoine:
  • 1895 Quintessence de Gardenia du Japon
  • 1900 La Moscovite
  • 1920 Reve de Bonheur
  • 1920 Ambre
  • 1920 Fee Printemps
  • 1920 Violette
  • 1920 Chypre
  • 1920 Magnolia
  • 1920 Jasmin
  • 1920 Lavande
  • 1920 Heliotrope
  • 1920 Pois de Senteur
  • 1920 Fougere
  • 1920 Lilas
  • 1920 Oeillet
  • 1920 Acacia
  • 1920 Chevrefeuille
  • 1922 Pour Moi Seule
  • 1922 Fantasia de Fleurs
  • 1924 Anemonis
  • 1929 Jok
  • 1930 Fleurie
  • 1933 Savolem
  • 1935 Rose
  • 1935 Origan
  • 1935 Muguet
  • Oradia
  • Quintessence de Fleurs
  • Reve de Fee
  • Pervenche Fleurie
Anemonis by Georges Lemoine et Cie, circa 1924, perfume bottle in clear glass, cylindrical shape, designed by Julien Viard. Stands 3 1/2" tall. Photo by ebay seller spoodygirl59.

Pierre Lemoine, A branch of Georges Lemoine et Cie,  established at 294 Pearl Street, New York in 1925.

In 1925, Pierre Lemoine et Cie, Inc., New York, importers of essential oils and aromatic chemicals, changed the name to Pierre Lemoine, Inc.

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