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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Jasmin c1922

Jasmin: Created by Jacques Guerlain in 1922.





Fragrance Composition:



What does it smell like? It is a soft floral fragrance for women with a dominant jasmine note.
  • Top notes: orange blossom, jasmine, lemon, bergamot
  • Middle notes: jasmine, Tonkin musk, ylang ylang
  • Base notes: jasmine, vanilla and musk.

Bottles:


Presented in a flacon by Cristalleries de Baccarat design # 678, in the Amphore flacon (parfum) during the 1950s and in the beautiful frosted glass Lalique Bouquet de Faunes flacon (parfum) in the 1920s. Also sold in the quadrilobe flacon (parfum) in the 1940s and Goutte flacon (eau de toilette) from the 1920s-1950s.


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photo by rago auctions



photo by sorcery of scent

photo by ebay seller procoleccion


photo by rago auctions





Photo by ellenaa



Fate of the Fragrance:

Still sold in 1953. Discontinued (date unknown)








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