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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Parfumerie Brecher

Parfumerie Brecher was established by Paul Brecher in Pontoise at Paris around 1910. Jacques Ernest Mazurier became owner after 1918 moved company to 10 boulevard Bonne Nouvelle, Paris; affiliated with Benoit and Marquis de Elorza. Perfumes labeled ‘Aux Perfumeries Reunites’.






The perfumes of Brecher:
  • 1911 Mon Bouquet (Quintessence)
  • 1911 Royal Delices
  • 1911 Le Trefle Russe
  • 1911 Muguet
  • 1911 Violette
  • 1924 Sous de Charmille
  • 1925 Œillet
  • 1925 Chypre
  • 1925 Doux Réve
  • 1925 Le Temp des Fleurs
  • 1925 Le Vrai Narcisse
  • 1925 Les Fleurettes/Mes Fleurettes
  • 1925 Tabac Jaune
  • 1927 Bonjour Paris
  • 1927 Fumee Bleue
  • 1927 Soir de Lune
  • 1927 Narcisse
  • 1927 Jasmin
  • 1929 Amour de Folie
  • 1929 Lolita
  • 1929 Soir de Noel
  • 1930 En Promenade
  • 1930 L'An
  • Fidele a Toi

Bottles:



The bottle for Soir de Noel, is made up of black glass, decorated with abstract motifs of thick enamel in aqua, white and gold. The stopper has the same enamelling. The back side of the flacon is undecorated and features a paper label. The box shape is reminiscent of a Japanese inro case and is fitted with a silk tassel. The design is nearly identical to a bottle used for Shari by Langlois.



Brecher’s perfume Soir de Lune was presented in a cobalt blue glass flacon designed by Julien Viard and manufactured by Depinoix. Rare pressed glass bottle molded tinted midnight blue highlights of cylindrical section silver patina, half-spherical body decorated with 6 panels so Gothic arch and flowers reserves its floral cap 6 palmette decoration faceted belt.





The perfume Sous de Charmille (Under the Bower) was also created by Julien Viard and made by Depinoix.  a J. Viard bottle made by Depinoix, squatty bulbous clear glass tapering to a small neck & flattened blossom-form stopper, the sides enameled in shades of green & brown w/leaves.  


Parfumerie Brecher also had a line of solid perfumes made up of Bakelite starting in 1929, Amour de Folie, Jasmin, Narcisse, Chypre, Lilas, Rose, Violette and possibly others.



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