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Friday, January 17, 2014

The Perfumes of George W. Button & Bouton

George W. Button Company of New York City. He also created the Bouton company. The companies created perfumes, colognes, toilet waters, dusting powders, bath salts, talcum and soaps.

The perfumes of George C. Button/Bouton:

  • 1923 Mah-Jongg
  • 1924 Black Jasmine
  • 1924 Gardenia
  • 1925 Boucar
  • 1925 Dareis
  • 1925 Noreise
  • 1925 Raje
  • 1925 Duvinne
  • 1926 Laverne
  • 1926 Narcisse
  • 1926 Chypre
  • 1926 Jasmine
  • 1926 Priere
  • 1926 Sardoux
  • 1926 Rouget
  • 1926 Vanly
  • 1927 Jewel
  • 1928 Sweet Pea
  • 1928 Gala Night
  • 1933 Ambre d'Or
  • 1933 Muguet
  • 1933 Lily
  • 1933 Honeysuckle
  • 1931 Thrill
  • 1934 Her Majesty
  • 1934 Sealed Secrets
  • 1934 Fresh Flowers
  • 1936 Lavender
  • 1937 Sport Wear
  • 1938 LIlac
  • 1943 Caution
  • 1943 Reckless
  • 1944 ave
  • 1944 A Wee Bit Bold
  • 1944 A Wee Bit Saucy
  • 1945 Inescapable
  • 1945 Audacious

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