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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Martial et Armand Perfumes

Martial et Armand,  (Mahr-see-al ay Arm-ahn) couture house of 10 place Vendome, Paris.





Established in 1907 by Martial & Armand, independent designers. Became very successful, perfumes introduced in 1924, was in existence til the 1950s.




Their bottles were usually produced by Rene Lalique.

The perfumes of Martial et Armand:
  • 1924 Un Rien
  • 1924 Gardenia
  • 1925 Mon Reve
  • 1926 Ambre (exclusive with Bonwit Teller)
  • 1926 Chypre
  • 1926 Place Vendome
  • 1928 Chez Martial et Armand
  • 1930 Presence
  • 1930 Acacia


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