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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Flacon Gratte Ciel (Sky Scraper) c1948-1960

Flacon Gratte Ciel (Sky Scraper) c1948-1960

Created by Pochet et du Courval to hold extraits of Atuana and Fleur de Feu. Also made by Baccarat. This flacon was also known as Fleur de Feu, named after its perfume. The name comes from the idea of flowers rising from the flames – like a phoenix; Guerlain’s first perfume after the Second World War.
  • 20cc/20ml/0.676 oz - 11.5cm/4.53" octagonal foot 
  • 28cc/28ml/0.947 oz - 12.8cm/5.08", octagonal foot (limited edition 1999 30ml/1 oz - 12cm) 
  • 40cc/40ml/1.35 oz - 13.8cm/5.43",octagonal foot 
  • 80cc/80ml/2.7 oz - 18.2cm/7.17" square foot 
  • 125cc/125ml/4.2 oz - 20.6cm/8.11" square foot 
  • 250cc/250ml/8.4 oz - 25.1cm/9.88" square foot

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