Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Parfums Florel

Parfums Florel of 23 rue Washington, Paris; associated with Madame Jeanne Forstem (J Baudoin). Florel specialized in the manufacture of spices, eau de cologne, perfumes, and toilet waters and extracts.

Later known as Parfums Florel-Paris, and Florel-Paris.

The perfumes of Florel:

  • 1927 Florel
  • 1927 Superior Perfumes
  • 1930 Tabian
  • 1930 Fruit Vert (a fresh, pungent fruity fragrance, classified D3f)
  • 1934 Après Minuit
  • 1945 Charme Slave
  • 1945 Duke of Kent
  • Origan

Fruit Vert was the most successful of all of Florel's perfumes and was sold well into the 1960s.

Duke of Kent was also popular.

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