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Sunday, February 3, 2013

Vintage 1930s- Guerlain Perfume Tester Rack Version #2

Vintage late 1930s-early 1940s Guerlain Perfume Tester Rack, looks like it is clear lucite, which would have sat on the counter at the Guerlain boutiques or in the department store where Guerlain perfumes were sold. 

As you can see from the vintage illustration, the most popular Guerlain perfumes were presented:


  • Shalimar
  • Jicky
  • Vol de Nuit
  • Dawamesk
  • Coque D'Or
  • Mitsouko
  • Bouquet de Faunes
  • Geranium D'Espagne
  • A Travers Champs
  • Apres L'Ondee
  • Lavande
  • Rue de la Paix
  • Liu
  • Djedi
  • Vetiver

Curiously, I do not see Sous Le Vent represented...

The bottles are clear glass with glass stoppers with daubers that reach all the way down. Their white labels display the red Marly horse logo.




photo by scansione0002

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