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Friday, January 9, 2015

Parfumerie and Savonnerie Gilot et Cie

Full name Parfumerie et Savonnerie Gilot et Cie; fragrances, soaps and cosmetics, established by Emile Gilot at 68 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Martin, Paris in the early 1900’s; related to Dubarry; trademark perfume and cosmetic line was 'Soir de Paris' in 1925; prior to launched of similar fragrance by Bourjois in 1929. Acquired C.P. Blaise.


The perfumes of Gilot:
  • 1913 La Brise d'Orient
  • 1921 Chypre de Fleur (presented in a bottle by Julien Viard; this was a model for Dubarry)
  • 1923 La Meque
  • 1925 Eau de Cologne Supérieure
  • 1925 Soir de Paris
  • 1931 Quelque Chose d'Elle
  • 1938 Majesty
  • 1953 Pigale
  • 1964 Grand Cachet (a line)
  • Amorea
  • Aux Bruyeres des Alpés
  • Chimere d'Or
  • Chypre
  • Chypre Royale
  • Fleurs de Printemps
  • Fougère
  • Impéria
  • Lavande
  • Les Parfums de Gilot
  • Lilac
  • Rosella
  • Tango
  • Jeudi
  • Lundi
  • Mardi  
  • Mercredi
  • Rose
  • Samedi  
  • Vendredi




The Grand Cachet line was an eau de cologne that could be had in various single scents: Lilac,
Cyprus, Lime, Lemon, Amber, Fern, Carnation, Violet, and Lavender.









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