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Sunday, November 17, 2013

Zutz Cosmetics Company

The Zutz Cosmetics Company was started by Henry E. and Julia Zutz in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1923. They made by hand, a variety of women's perfumes and cosmetics in small batches for specialty shops of their time.

Henry was trained as a pharmacist and worked in that field for years before starting his own cosmetics company.

They ceased production completely by 1946.



Produced were: toilet waters, perfumes, bleach lotions, creams, tonics for dry and oil scalps, nail polish, astringents, water softening bath salts, and the Zutz potpourri sachets.

Zutz Cosmetics were sold thru a small store named the Thelma and Viola Beauty Shop, ran by Thelma Davis and Viola Harper.

American Exporter, 1933:
"With ZUTZ INDIVIDUAL COSMETICS Dealers and Distributors increase sales opportunities because ZUTZ ... cosmetics offer a full line of individual products, including perfumes, for individual purposes, tastes and requirements.

Rarely one can find their perfume bottles, which is a green or blue slag glass rectangle with a golden foil label with an Egyptian style lady on the front.

photo from worthpoint

photo from ebay seller llvintage

photo from worthpoint







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