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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Guerlarose c1930

Guerlarose: Created by Jean-Jacques Guerlain in 1930.

Fragrance Composition:

What does it smell like? It is classified as a floral fragrance for women featuring beautiful rose notes over the Guerlinade accord.
  • Top notes: rose, lemon, aldehyde, bergamot
  • Middle notes: rose, violet, jasmine, heliotrope
  • Base notes: almond

Scribner's Magazine, 1930:
"Guerlilas (lilac) and Guerlarose (rose), make most timely gifts. For what more in keeping with the present style than the discreet elegance of perfumes distilled from the flower itself? The purity of the scent remains absolutely unchanged."


Presented in four different size ‘Guerlilas’ bottles as well as the quadrilobe flacon.

Photos from polyvore, drouot, wikipedia, basenotes, museu del perfum

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued, date unknown. It was still sold in the 1940s.

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