Vanity Design thru the ages
Ikonostas Couture Lingerie and Erotic Clothing
Last updated 6 years ago
Hellade by Parfums Francais Inc: launched in 1932, black glass hexagonal bottle w/ paper label featuring Neo-Classical putti. Bottle is deeply engraved with "Hellade" and "Nancy" on verso. Base is deeply engraved with "Paris France". Bottle by Baccarat for Parfums Francais, Inc of New York. The bottle measures 2 1/4" tall.
Le Onyx (?) by Carege: launched in 1929 (1925 in some sources), black glass, round shaped bottle with gilded "claws" on base and stopper, black glass button stopper with gilt detail. Bakelite presentation box by Eduard Fornells. Bottle designed by J. Viard, Bottle stands 2 3/4" tall.
Pierre Precieuse by Lionceau: launched in 1927, black glass bottle w/ intricate arabesque floral decoration piqued out in gold enamel, flat rectangular black glass stopper, bottle by H. Saumont. Small square gold paper label on side. Available in two sizes: 3 ½" tall and 2 ¾" tall.
Crusellas perfume bottle for unknown scent. Square black glass bottle molded with vertical ribbing on both front and back, the front has a center oval indentation meant for a paper label. The stopper is molded as a stylized flower. Bottle stands 3.5" tall. Unmarked, but manufactured by Swindell. Bottle was undoubtedly used by other perfume companies.
Reve de Noel by Veldez: launched in 1925, arched black glass bottle, molded with arched vertical lines, silver foil label on front, black glass ball stopper. This bottle was also used for Extracto Mariposa by Drialys and Mimzy by De Raymond. Bottle came in two sizes: 4 1/2" tall, 3 3/4" tall. Base is molded France. Bottle probably made by Cristalleries de Nancy.
Renaud black glass perfume bottle, rectanular shaped with rounded corners, molded glass stopper. Used for various perfumes by Renaud and some other companies. Base of the bottles are molded with "France." The bottles came in various sizes with the mini bottle standing 2 3/8" tall. Manufactured by the Cristalleries de Nancy in the 1924-1934.