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Monday, September 23, 2013

Lucien Lelong Edition Limitee Perfume Bottle

In 1951, the Lucien Lelong perfume company released a special presentation in a new bottle. It was called "Edition Limitee" and only 200 bottles were produced. I don't know what sort of juice was used in this bottle.

The ad mentions that only a few women in the world had owned the perfume and that it was custom created for them. I think the ad reads that the perfume was being offered at $110. A princely sum at the time!

The flacon is very beautiful from what I can make out in the picture. It appears to be a cylindrical bottle with a whirlwind or tornado shape with gathered dust at the base and at the top? Is this a US issue of Passionement? I can't figure it out?

Its housed in a clear box and rests on a plinth. Do you have this bottle? If so, let's get that pic on here!




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