Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina

Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina olympische spiele 1972 by 2Hand

Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina olympische spiele 1972 münchen

Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina olympische spiele 1972 by 2Hand

Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina olympische spiele 1972 by 2Hand

Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina olympische spiele 1972 münchen

Eau de cologne Johann Maria Farina olympische spiele 1972 by 2Hand

Original Eau de Cologne Mini Perfume by Johann Maria Farina

Original Eau de Cologne Mini Perfume by Johann Maria Farina Gegenüber dem Jülichs-Platz Women and Men

Original Eau de Cologne Mini Perfume by Johann Maria Farina

Wikipedia.org/ Eau de Cologne-- (literally “Water of Cologne”), or simply cologne, is a perfume originating from Cologne, Germany. Originally mixed by Italian-born Johann Maria Farina in 1709, it has since come to be a generic term for scented formulations in typical concentration of 2%–5% and also more depending upon its type essential oils or a blend of extracts, alcohol, and water.

Wikipedia.org/ Eau de Cologne-- (literally “Water of Cologne”), or simply cologne, is a perfume originating from Cologne, Germany. Originally mixed by Italian-born Johann Maria Farina in 1709, it has since come to be a generic term for scented formulations in typical concentration of 2%–5% and also more depending upon its type essential oils or a blend of extracts, alcohol, and water.

A few months back three of my very dear friends and I booked the cheapest flight for a girls weekend. This is where we landed. Cologne Germany. This very pretty town with a surprisingly vibrant nightlife is also the birthplace of the perfume Eau de Cologne. The Italian expatriate Johann Maria Farina created a fragrance and named it after in honour of his new hometown. Eau de Cologne or water from Cologne is famous the world over and is still produced in Cologne today. Farina said "I have…

A few months back three of my very dear friends and I booked the cheapest flight for a girls weekend. This is where we landed. Cologne Germany. This very pretty town with a surprisingly vibrant nightlife is also the birthplace of the perfume Eau de Cologne. The Italian expatriate Johann Maria Farina created a fragrance and named it after in honour of his new hometown. Eau de Cologne or water from Cologne is famous the world over and is still produced in Cologne today. Farina said "I have…

Giovanni Maria Farina (born 8 December 1685, Santa Maria Maggiore; Germanized name: Johann Maria Farina, Francized: Jean Marie Farina) was an Italian perfumier who created the first Eau de Cologne https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Maria_Farina

Giovanni Maria Farina (born 8 December 1685, Santa Maria Maggiore; Germanized name: Johann Maria Farina, Francized: Jean Marie Farina) was an Italian perfumier who created the first Eau de Cologne https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Maria_Farina

The perfume is Johann Maria Farina Julichs-Platz No. 4 Eau de Cologne Double. Top of the bottle.

The perfume is Johann Maria Farina Julichs-Platz No. 4 Eau de Cologne Double. Top of the bottle.

The perfume is Johann Maria Farina Julichs-Platz No. 4 Eau de Cologne Double. Reverse view of the bottle.

The perfume is Johann Maria Farina Julichs-Platz No. 4 Eau de Cologne Double. Reverse view of the bottle.

This very early 18th century bottle held Farina Original Eau de Cologne. The label features the beautiful, hand-written signature of the creator of the first cologne and cologne company, Johann Maria Farina (Est. 1709.) This bottle circa 1830s. (Courtesy of MPS Private Collection.)

This very early 18th century bottle held Farina Original Eau de Cologne. The label features the beautiful, hand-written signature of the creator of the first cologne and cologne company, Johann Maria Farina (Est. 1709.) This bottle circa 1830s. (Courtesy of MPS Private Collection.)

4711. I still have my Grandmothers bottle, she used it for headaches, it works too! Johann Maria Farina (1685–1766), an Italian living in Cologne, Germany, created the fragrance. He named it Eau de Cologne (water from Cologne) after his new home.

4711. I still have my Grandmothers bottle, she used it for headaches, it works too! Johann Maria Farina (1685–1766), an Italian living in Cologne, Germany, created the fragrance. He named it Eau de Cologne (water from Cologne) after his new home.

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