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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Rare Guerlain Perfume Coffret c1842-1914

(15 Rue de la Paix period 1842-1914) "Bouquet of Princess Alice" "Double Rose Extract" Exceptional and rare oval cabinet veneered rosewood, friezes wrapped in gilded bronze, richly inlaid motifs in ivory on its cover, padded interior, including three bottles of extract section and cylindrical form decorated with a blue opaline mount pomponne ornate, decorated each capsule reserve a macaroon Paris porcelain polychrome decorated with flowers, with their colorless glass stopper, two bottles emblazoned with the label titled Guerlain, 15 rue de la Paix. Above. 7 cm each. 

Photo and description from Lombrail-Teucquam Auction 2009.

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