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One of the goals of this website is to show the present owners of the various perfumes and cologne brands that are featured here how much we miss the discontinued classics and hopefully, if they see that there is enough interest and demand, they will bring back these fragrances!

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Vintage Boudoirs of the Stars - Part 2

Claudette Colbert c1930s, various perfume bottles are shown on her vanity including Reflexions by Ciro, plus many others that look to be in travel flacons.

Dixie Dunbar c1940s, a Czech crystal perfume bottle and a Czech cut crystal atomizer are seen on her fringed vanity table.

Dorothy Dell, 1930s, various Czech perfume bottles on her vanity too.

Anne Shirley c1930s, gorgeous long handled hand mirror.

 Agnes Ayres, c1920s, beautiful French hand mirror covered in silk and metallic passementerie trim.

Anita Page, c1920s-1930s,large Guerlain bottle for L'Heure Bleue or Mitsouko in the center of her vanity, and flanked by perfume atomizers, probably DeVilbiss.

Ann Dvorak, 1930s, two Lentheric perfumes on her vanity, Miracle and Asphodele.

Ann Dvorak, again, a different view, with the same Lentheric perfumes, here she is dabbing her skin with a bottle of Prince Matchabelli perfume.

photos from various sources found on the internet

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