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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Kay Francis and Perfumes c1933

In this vintage movie still photo from the 1933 film The Keyhole, you can see many beautiful perfume bottles on actress Kay Francis' vanity table.



A large Ruba Rhombic perfume bottle made by Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company can be seen to the right. To the immediate right, I can also see one of the Hoffmann Czech perfume bottles with the nude dauber. Other Czech bottles and possibly some commercial flacons are also present on the vanity.


























Another perfume bottle filled vanity appears in another Kay Francis film, 1932's Cynara. You can spot some atomizers (probably DeVilbiss) and some other bottles.


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