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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

D'Heraud Perfumes

Established in 1920, D'Heraud was founded by Delphin Heraud at 3 rue de la Sobliers, Courbevoie, Seine, Paris and produced perfumes, cosmetics and toiletries.

Some of the finest luxury presentations were made by Lucien Gaillard and Lalique for D'Heraud.

The bottle for Phalene was manufactured by Rene Lalique.

The perfumes of D'Heraud of Paris France:
  • 1919 La Phalene
  • 1920 D'Heraud
  • 1920 Eau de Cologne
  • 1920 Heliotrope
  • 1922 Marjolaine
  • 1922 Rose
  • 1922 Prairies en Fleurs
  • 1923 Semis des Fleurs
  • 1923 Guirlandes de Perles
  • 1923 Palerme
  • 1923 Les Feuillages
  • 1923 Cologne Violette
  • 1923 Origan
  • 1923 Rose
  • 1925 Jasmin
  • 1925 Izeil
  • 1927 Chypre
  • 1927 L'Ambré d'Heraud
  • 1930 Mona Lisa

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