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Monday, March 12, 2018

Feerie by Rigaud c1938

Feerie by Rigaud: launched in 1938. Also labeled as Feerie Moderne.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a floral amber fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: citrus accord, neroli, lily of the valley
  • Middle notes: mixed spices, orris, violet, rose, jasmine
  • Base notes: oakmoss, sandalwood, cedar, musk and ambergris

The New Yorker, 1938:
"Rigaud: We couldn't resist the way they have put out Feerie Moderne, with a naughty, old-fashioned nude on the box — the kind our fathers got roguish about. Perfume is nice, too. A good, fresh cologne has an overtone of amber (Saks-Fifth)."


Feerie was contained in a beautiful clear glass disk shaped perfume bottle molded with concentric rings. The frosted glass disk shaped stylized floral stopper was molded with vertical ribbing radiating from the center. 

The bottle was housed in an elegant presentation case covered in gold fabric, the lid features an image of the Jean Gabriel Domergue painting “Nu Sur un Champ de Lys” under glass. Domergue assisted in designing the package.

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued,date unknown. It was still being sold in 1949.

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