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Sunday, July 29, 2018

Narcisse Perfume Bottles

Caron's Narcisse Noir was so popular that it spawned many imitations, including the shape of the bottle. Some competitors tried to copy the bottle as close as possible without breaking the copyright or trademark laws, while others were a bit more unique in design.





The set made by Garno for their Narcisse perfume in 1927 featured clear glass bottles with flat, vibrant red glass stoppers molded in the shape of a flower. This is quite beautiful!




Here is the original ad from 1930 showing the set, just arranged differently,and the talcum bottle is a different shape.


In this advertisement, you cans ee several other Narcisse bottles.


                           





Narcisse Ambre by Society La France. The bottle measures 2.25" x 2.25" and is made up of clear glass with a frosted glass floral stopper. Bottle by Owens-Illinois Glass Co.



Narcisse by Parfumerie la Rae. Bottle stands 2" tall by about 2.5" wide. Bottle made up of clear glass with a frosted glass daisy stopper.





Bottle measures 2 1/4" wide by 1 3/4" tall and is identical to that used by Parfumerie La Rae. Label reads "Narcisse,  Parfumerie St Cyr, Paris France." Neck label reads "Extrait Concentre."Bottle by Owens-Illinois Glass Co.



Maison Andrae:






Narcisse by Maison Andrae. The bottle measures 2 3/8" tall x 1 1/4" at it's widest point x 5/8" thick. Bottle by Owens-Illinois Glass Co. is almost a square shape with rounded corners, and molded with a ray pattern on the lower panels. It featured a hexagonal frosted clear glass stopper which was painted black and fitted with a cork. The label says “Parfum Narcisse--Maison Andrae--Paris--Chicago”.







This Narcisse bottle, made by Heisey, stands 2 1/4" tall. The bottle is almost a square shape with rounded corners, and molded with flowers on the shoulders and a ray pattern on the lower panels. The square black glass stopper is molded with an intricate pattern of fans and flowers. Bottle by Owens-Illinois Glass Co.


Round clear glass Maison Andre flacon with orange peel pebbled base and smooth shoulders, the stopper is made up of black matte glass. Bottle measures 1 7/8" tall x 1 7/8" in diameter. Bottle by Owens-Illinois Glass Co.

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