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Monday, October 6, 2014

Faberge Perfumes

Parfums Faberge was established by F Eugene and Alexander Fabergé in Paris in1922. The company produced toiletries and allied products. In 1936, they opened Fabergé Inc in New York  in association with Samuel Rubin. The company was later acquired by Elida Gibbs of  Cheeseborough-Ponds and latter taken over by Unilever.

The perfumes of Faberge:

  • 1932 Aphrodisia (an aldehydic perfume)
  • 1938 Tigress
  • 1938 Straw Hat
  • 1938 Woodhue (carnation)
  • 1943 Daytime
  • 1944 Woodhue for men
  • 1949 Fabergette
  • 1950 Act IV (Act 4) (an aldehydic perfume)
  • 1955 Flambeau
  • 1958 F# (F Sharp)
  • 1959 Activ
  • 1962 Esprit De Parfum
  • 1964 Brut
  • 1968 West
  • 1969 Kiku
  • 1969 Xanadu
  • 1975 Cavale
  • 1975 Brut 33
  • 1975 Musk for Men
  • 1976 Macho
  • 1977 Babe
  • 1979 Partage
  • 1979 Tigress Musk
  • 1980 Cellini
  • 1980 Turbo
  • 1981 Touch of Class
  • 1982 Feminin
  • 1983 Brut Royale
  • 1983 McGregor
  • 1985 Fleurs du Monde
  • 1986 Brut Musk
  • 1994 Joyau
  • 1994 Brut Actif Blue
During World War II, the owner of Faberge Perfumes made a patriotic plea to consumers to buy a war bond before they purchased any of his perfume.

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