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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Flacon Etruscan c1900

The Flacon Etruscan was created in the early 1900s to hold Lotion Vegetale. The cap was made up of gilded metal cast with a foliate motif. The bottle was made by Pochet et du Courval. The luxury edition had gilding on the shoulders and the base of the bottle. The classic bottle has no gilding, except on the stopper.

The bottle was made in three sizes:

  • 80cc
  • 90cc
  • 250cc - 15cm tall

Some of the scents were: Heliotrope, Jicky, Chypre, Fleurs Ambrees, L'Ether Aromatique, Ultra Fresca, Violette, and others.

photo by drouot

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