Saturday, January 18, 2014

Ed Pinaud

Edouard Pinaud from 1877 to 1945 .The late 1700s origins of the company are obscure, but in 1810, M. Besancon established as small shop that was later purchased by M. Legrand. The business was acquired by Edouard Pinaud, and shop was renamed A la Corbeille Fleurie.



From 1840, all products were sold under the Ed. Pinaud name, even though there were many changes to the company name. In 1852, Emilie Meyer became a partner and the business was renamed Pinaud et Meyer, and a second shop, Parfumerie de la Noblesse opened. Business success led to appointment as perfumer to all European courts around 1860.

In 1872, Meyer's son-in-law, Victor Klotz became a partner. After participation in the 1873 Vienna Exhibition, Pinaud became a household name. The company participated in many exhibitions during the 19th century and was awarded many prizes. The company was a major exporter, especially to the United States, where many Pinaud bottles can be found. At the turn of the century, the Ed. Pinaud building was completed in New York. In 1905, the company was renamed Victor Klotz et Cie, later H. et G. Klotz family business until 1931.

The ads shown below are from an 1893 Marshall Field's catalog.













The perfumes of Ed Pinaud:

  • 1877 Corbeille Fleurie
  • 1887 A La Corbeille Fleurie
  • 1887 Brisa De Las Pampas
  • 1893 Aurora Tulip
  • 1893 Paquita Lily
  • 1893 Essence Green Pink
  • 1894 Essence Aoudja
  • 1895 Anemone De France
  • 1895 Lis De France
  • 1895 Roman Perfume
  • 1895 Jasmin De France
  • 1896 Ambretta
  • 1896 Exultis
  • 1896 Muscara
  • 1897 Violette Princesse
  • 1897 Persian Amandia
  • 1897 Blue Nymphia
  • 1897 Celestis
  • 1898 Cydalise
  • 1898 French Carnation Pink
  • 1898 Violette Reine
  • 1899 Bouquet de President JL Cuestas
  • 1899 Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic
  • 1902 Theodora
  • 1902 Santal Roy
  • 1902 Brise Embaumee Violette
  • 1902 Brise Embaumee
  • 1902 Brise Embaumee White Rose
  • 1903 Genet d'Or
  • 1903 Bouquet Marie Louise
  • 1903 Foscarina
  • 1906 La Corrida
  • 1910 Thisbe
  • 1911 Bridge
  • 1912 Pravia
  • 1918 Escapade
  • 1922 Akita
  • 1922 Aida
  • 1922 Campeador
  • 1922 Jasmin Roy
  • 1922 French Carnation Pink
  • 1922 Capri
  • 1922 Brinda
  • 1922 Moss Rose
  • 1922 Jacintheroy
  • 1922 Violette Roy
  • 1922 Comme Toi
  • 1922 Essence Pravia
  • 1922 Ixora Breonia
  • 1923 Acacia de France
  • 1923 Bouquet de Maharaja
  • 1923 Bouquet de Maharaja de Kapurthala
  • 1923 Campeador
  • 1923 Dentibel
  • 1923 Dentivorine
  • 1923 Eglantine de France
  • 1923 Gardenia de France
  • 1923 Hortensia de France
  • 1923 Imperial Britannique
  • 1923 Olympien Savon
  • 1923 World Soap
  • 1928 Lilas De France
  • 1929 East Is West
  • 1929 Whoopee
  • 1929 Show Boat
  • 1929 Show Girl
  • 1930 Bitter Sweet
  • 1930 Prelude
  • 1932 Apple Blossom
  • 1937 Canter
  • 1937 Stay-Up
  • 1937 Preface
  • 1937 Royal Lavender
  • 1937 Madreselva
  • 1937 Clubman
  • 1937 Flirt
  • 1937 Set-Up
  • 1938 Vegetal
  • 1939 Apple Blossom
  • 1939 Parfums Debay
  • 1941 Christmas Carol
  • 1941 Scarlett
  • 1943 Ammunitia
  • 1943 Brazilia
  • 1943 Boomerang
  • 1944 Captive
  • 1944 Obsession
  • 1944 Flirtation
  • 1944 Playtime
  • 1944 Her Secret Weapon
  • 1944 En Sorceleuse
  • 1944 Jolivete
  • 1944 Feline
  • 1944 Christmas Tree
  • 1944 Lilianelle
  • 1944 Fol Amour
  • 1945 Excellence
  • 1945 Moskova
Prices Current By Fuller & Fuller Co., Chicago, 1907:

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