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Vintage Perfumes For Sale

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Jean Stuart Cosmetics, Inc.

Jean Stuart Cosmetics Inc. of 535 Fifth Ave, New York, established in 1928. Launched a range of cosmetics, toiletries, and fragrances starting in 1929.

The fragrances of Jean Stuart:
  • 1928 Mona
  • 1929 Junior Deb
  • 1929 Romany
  • 1930 Favorite
  • 1930 Fleur d’Orange
  • 1930 Gardenia
  • 1930 Highland Mist
  • 1930 Jasmin
  • 1930 Jeunesse
  • 1930 Killarney Buds
  • 1930 Le Ciel
  • 1930 Mimosa
  • 1930 Nightingale
  • 1930 Orient
  • 1930 Rob Roy
  • 1930 Secret de Nuit
  • 1930 Sweet Pea
  • 1930 Violette
  • 1930 Town (a lively perfume)
  • 1930 Country (a floral bouquet perfume)
The New Yorker, 1929:
"Jean Stuart's newest perfume, Town, is a gay, sophisticated scent without too much voluptuousness."

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