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Monday, April 7, 2014

Parfumerie de Burmann

Parfumerie de Burmann, was established in 1934 at a shop on the Champs-Elysees in France, and later at 4 rue de la Verrerie, Paris. The company name was derived from those of the joint founders, Stephane Burdin and Andre Baumann.

The company produced modest presentations using opaque glass bottles from the Cristalleries de Nancy.

Their most important perfume bottle was for the scent La Sirene, from 1935, presented in a bottle designed in 1912 by Rene Lalique.

The bottle for La Fleur de Tabac was housed in a Rene Lalique flacon.

The perfume bottle for Le Rayon d'Or of 1929 was presented in a flacon by the Cristalleries de Baccarat, bottle design # 681.

The perfumes of de Burmann:
  • 1920 Rosadia
  • 1920 Un Conte
  • 1920 La Fleur de Tabac
  • 1929 Le Rayon d'Or
  • 1930 L'Or de Minuit 
  • 1934 La Sirene
  • Carillon d'Amour
  • Chypre
  • Le Parfums de Burmann
  • Oeillet

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