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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Les Parfums Lerys

Established by Leon Bellon at 9 boulevard Bonne Nouvelle, Paris in 1921. The company also had a branch named Lerys, Inc. located at Long Island City, N. Y.




Lerys produced luxurious presentations for cosmetics and fragrances.

In 1978, Les Parfums Lerys was owned by Dutch company Boldoot.

The perfumes of Lerys:
  • 1921 Un Amour de Rose
  • 1922 Belle Jolie
  • 1924 Or Bruni (Burnished Gold)
  • 1925 Caresse
  • 1925 Chypre de Lerys
  • 1926 Le Presentoir (perfume presentation)
  • 1926 Happy Days
  • 1926 Kiss-Ko
  • 1926 Lucidite
  • 1926 Rose de Sharon
  • 1927 Fougere
  • 1927 Heliotrope
  • 1927 Muguet
  • 1927 Rose
  • 1927 Violet
  • 1927 Jasmin
  • 1927 Parfum Pour Blonde
  • 1927 Parfum Pour Brune
  • 1929 Belle de Lerys
  • 1929 Mignon

Bottles:



The bottle for Chypre, was made up of black glass in a diamond shape with 4 beveled panels.

Belle Jolie's deluxe flacon was designed by Fritz van Alphen and made by Cristalleries de Nancy and the regular bottles were made by Verrières Dannenhoffer of Brooklyn, NY.

Happy Days was presented in a lay-down flask, artwork by Adrian.

Heliotrope was presented in a bottle made by Verrières Dannenhoffer of Brooklyn, NY.

Lucidite's flacon was designed by Georges Chevalier.



Sketch, 1925:
"fragrance of flowers — the living essence of all that is Parisienne — what more, Mesdames, can you desire than Belle Jolie in its flask of crystal ? Manufactured by Lerys."
Le Presentoir (The Display Case)  A six compartment gilt perfume container for six different fragrances presented in a blue box, was stamped Lerys, Paris.






Lerys Today:


Lerys has been resurrected! Please visit their website at http://www.lerys.fr/

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