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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Dermay Perfumes

Dermay Perfumes Inc. was an American company established by Jerome Baum at 347 Fifth Avenue, New York City. They sold bath salts, perfumes, toilet waters, face powder, talcum, bath and dusting powders,  manicure sets and soaps.




The company was associated with Cartier as well as Cartier & Les Parfums Lucien.

Dermay is best known for their Art Deco Depression glass and compotes that held their bath powders and bath salts as well as their gorgeous satin glass perfume bottles. Their items were made by Taussaunt Glass and Tiffin.


The perfumes of Dermay Perfumers::

  • 1926 Cartier
  • 1926 Les Parfums Lucien
  • 1927 Bath Flowers
  • 1928 Fete de Coeur
  • 1934 Honeysuckles
  • 1934 Nuit d'Extase
  • 1936 Charing
  • 1937 Pagliacci
  • 1938 Warwick Lavender

Les Parfums Lucien.

  • 1926 Jasmin
  • 1926 Narcisse
  • 1926 Chypre
  • 1926 Rose
  • 1926 Violet
  • 1926 Lilac 



Cartier of 9 rue Garnier Neuilly (Seine), Paris. They launched a range of fragrances, but they are not related to the Parfums Cartier.


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