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Vintage Perfumes For Sale

Sunday, January 4, 2015


Auzière of Paris and Marseille, France; launched a range of fragrances from c1920 to 1950’s, also had an office in Nashville, TN.

The perfumes of Auziere:
  • 1920 Grisentis
  • 1920 Secret d'Amour
  • 1920 Parfum un Soir
  • 1920 En Cueillant Des Fleurs
  • 1920 Brin de Rose
  • 1920 Brise Troublante
  • 1920 de Soir
  • 1920 Un Soir
  • 1920 Vallon Fleuri (presented in a bottle designed by Julien Viard and produced by Depinoix)
  • 1922 Zeth (presented in a bottle designed by Julien Viard and produced by Depinoix)
  • 1925 Mimosa
  • 1930 Eau de Lavande des Alpes
  • 1940 Eau de Cologne La Francais
  • 1947 Secret d'Amour (relaunched)
  • 1953 Candeur des Pyrenees

1 comment:

  1. Dear Grace,
    I am the present owner of Auziere brand. I am searching for archives and maximum information on this brand.
    I would be happy to discuss with you. My e-mail : s.douillet@dc-bv.com
    best regards,
    samuel from Paris


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