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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Max Factor Perfume Necklaces

In the 1970s, Max Factor produced some perfume necklaces, most of which small figural glass bottles which held Wild Musk perfume, they were attached to a gold tone metal chain measuring 24 inches.

These are what I have found doing some light research and the perfumes they held.
  • Little Shell: Wild Musk perfume
  • Little Strawberry: Wild Strawberry Musk Perfume
  • Little Heart: Wild Strawberry Musk Perfume
  • Little Acorn: Wild Musk Perfume
  • Little Rabbit: Wild Musk perfume
  • Perfume Pendant: Electrique Perfume
photo by etsy seller VintageImageBox

Little Acorn, photo from worthpoint

 Little Rabbit, photos from ebay,worthpoint

Little Strawberry, photo from worthpoint

This is another Little Strawberry bottle, photos from worthpoint

Little Heart, photo from worthpoint

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