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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Vogue Perfumery Co

Vogue Perfumery Co was incorporated in New York on August 25, 1911. The company was defunct by 1920. The company produced various perfumes, cosmetics, extracts, sachets and toiletries. Many of their bottles are embossed with the name Vogue Perfumery Co.

Information on this company is scant and I have listed all of the fragrances I could find..let me know if you found another...

  • Florena
  • Violette d'Sicile
  • Vogue Royale
  • Lavender Smelling Salts





The American Perfumer and Essential Oil Review, Volume 7, 1912:
"The visitors were much interested in a display of perfumes marketed under the name of the Vogue Perfumery Co. This department is in charge of Mr. BH Karmen, who is largely responsible for the progress made in the sale of Vogue perfumes during the last year."


1001 Tests of Foods, Beverages and Toilet Accessories, 1914:






The Manual of Statistics: Stock Exchange Hand-book, 1920:
"Trade marks of the following inactive companies still used: Solax Chemical Co, Orian Laboratories Inc, Vogue Candy Co, Vogue Perfumery Co, Veterinary Remedy Co, Drug & Chemical Exposition Co."

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