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aTa Taking a walk through the garden, we smelt the Lilac before we saw the bush that’s literally exploding with flowers. This unique perfume stays marvelous for…

[225-365] 14th. March 2021- Today is Mother's Day in the UK. It's the first Mother's Day of my life when I didn't send a card and I didn't send flowers. More…

The archetype of all perfumes, Coco Chanel’s n° 5 - created by Ernest Beaux or a gift from François Coty - we will never know. And if it was Coty, then Chanel…

Perfume from the 1920’s to about the 1950’s were often artistic creations compared to today’s copy-cat plastic spray bottles. Fashion houses entrusted glass and…

Some perfumes are straight-forward while others evolve. Guerlain’s Vol de Nuit (flight at night) inspired by a novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry ranks among the…

This etched & frosted crystal bottle designed by Lalique held Coeur Joie, the perfume that launched Nina Ricci into perfume in 1946. Yes, Nina Ricci's first…

One element that attracts me to the perfume and cosmetics bottles of the past is the aesthetic build that can be found in them. I have the impression everything…

Nuit de Noël has to be my favorite perfume bottle ever created. Made of black crystal, out of pure prestige, this “flacon” is empblamtic of the 1920’s with its…

Fleeting moment: appropriately named scent for this bottle I had many years. I enjoy collecting perfume bottles from the early 1920’s to the mid 1950’s. This…

After weeks of waiting, the first buds have begun to open up, releasing their sweet perfume. Not long now before the rest open up and our backyard is filled…

She's a mother, a sister, a wife, and a friend… She's strong, independent, and wise… She can be all this and more… And still be a woman.

When Yulia [photoblog.com]visited us from Moscow last week she brought us some lovely Russian gifts with her, including this beautiful bottle of perfume, and it…
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