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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Les Parfums de Jaspy

Les Parfums de Jaspy of Paris, established at 75 rue du Cardinal Lemoine, Paris in 1910, and subtitled "Parfums Modernes et Originaux". The company was very  short-lived.





The New York French Export Company was the sole distributor of Jaspy in 1920.






The perfumes of Jaspy:
  • 1920 Jasmin
  • 1920 Ambre
  • 1921 Buisson Fleuri
  • 1921 Fleurs Bois
  • 1921 Kadoura
  • 1921 Muscadin
  • 1921 Myrodata
  • 1921 La Tulipe Noire
  • 1921 Rose de Chemin
  • 1921 L'Eglantine de la Reine
  • 1922 Le Petit Chose
  • 1922 Victoirie Lilas
  • 1927 Lilas
  • 1927 Narcissus
  • 1927 Violet



Le Petit Chose by Jaspy: launched in 1922, clear glass pear shaped flacon with stopper made up of milk glass, a stylized man's head wearing a black hat. Bottle made in memory of French author, Alphonse Daudet who wrote the novel Le P'tite Chose.


The New York Times, 1921:

"Fascinating Jaspy perfumes, the rose in its slender tapering bottle and 'Petit Chose. L'Eglantine de la Reine, with its delicate glass horseshoe carved by Lalique."

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