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Friday, July 18, 2014

Parfums Pierre Dune

Parfums Pierre Dune, established in 1939 at 49 rue de Prony, Paris by Edmond Rosens. Also traded under the name Rene Pierre. Pierre Dune's perfumes were still being sold around 1965 as evidenced in an issue of Ebony magazine.

The first five perfumes were presented as potted plants in a flower cart.

Click HERE to find Pierre Dune perfumes

Another presentation was for Pres de Coeur, (Close to the Heart)the perfume was presented in a box that had a picture frame on one side in which to insert a photograph of the absent soldier.

The perfumes of Pierre Dune:

  • 1939 Evocation de Rose
  • 1939 Evocation de Tubereuse
  • 1939 Evocation d'Oeillet
  • 1939 Evocation de Violette
  • 1939 Evocation d'Orchidee
  • 1939 Privilege
  • 1939 Vous Seule
  • 1939 Armorial
  • 1940 Infini
  • 1940 Sesquoia
  • 1941 Pres du Coeur
  • 1946 La Clef de Pierre Dune
  • 1947 Clef du Paradis
  • 1949 Rue 49
  • 1950 Fringant
  • 1965 Janala
  • 1965 Lantern Eau de Cologne
  • Prestige 
  • 1965 3 Perfumes (presentation of six bottles)

The perfumes of Rene Pierre:

  • 1940 Sesquoia
  • 1940 Discours
  • 1940 Tout de Meme

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