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Thursday, July 4, 2019

Verlayne & Verlaine Perfumes

Verlayne of Paris. Established by Charles Jules Emile Charbaut at 9 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré, Paris in 1944; Associated with Verlaine et Verlayne.

The perfumes of Verlayne:
  • 1944 Experience
  • 1944 Plaisirs
  • 1945 Sermaize
  • 1945 Tadla
  • 1945 Lumiere de Paris
  • 1945 Attente
  • 1953 Cuir du Don

Verlaine was established by George E Mignon in Paris, France: launched fragrances in c1920.

The perfumes of Verlaine:

  • 1920 Âme d'Orient
  • 1920 Arginette
  • 1920 Birial
  • 1920 Jasmin
  • 1920 Muguet
  • 1920 Narcisse
  • 1920 Violette
  • 1920 Rose

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