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Friday, April 1, 2016

Bertae

Bertae seems to have been one of those short-lived American perfume companies that utilized a vaguely French sounding name and only released one perfume, Narcissus. Narcissus, launched in 1927, was a line that included perfume and  toilet water, face powder, cold cream, talcum powder and bath salts. The perfume proved to be very popular and was sold until around 1934.









1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this info Grace, I just found the exact perfume kit from the ad above in a drawer at my mother in-laws house and I was curious about it. It's in 'ok' shape but hard to expect anything better for something that is 90 years old :-) It's in the original box too.

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