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Monday, January 26, 2015

Parfums d'Ouchy

Parfums d'Ouchy (pronounced "doo-shay") was established  in 1928 by Radolphe Agranatt at 45 rue Laborde, Paris in 1928.

They had an office, Parfums D'Ouchy, Inc. at 655 Fifth Avenue, New York and also one in Naples, Italy.

The perfumes of Parfums d'Ouchy:
  • 1928 L'Amazone 
  • 1928 Ambre
  • 1929 Chypre
  • 1929 Extrait d'Ouchy
  • 1929 Bouquet d'Ouchy
  • 1929 Olympiades
  • 1929 Simone
  • 1929 Princess de Legende
  • 1930 La Journée de la Femme

Theatre Magazine, 1930:
"d'Ouchy's "L'Amazone," aside from its haunting fragrance, is attractively packaged in a colorful betasseled suede box, in $2.50."

Printer's Ink, 1930:
"M. S. Mandell to Manage Parfums D'Ouchy Sales. M S. Mandell, for the last ten years, sales representative with the Vadsco Sales Corporation, New York, Vivaudou products has been appointed sales manager of Parfums D'Ouchy, Inc., also of New York.."

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