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Les Feuillages, D'Heraud

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Les Feuillages, D'Heraud

Type: 
Perfume atomizer
Material(s): 
Glass bottle with metal mount
Designer/Maker: 
Rene Lalique for D'Heraud
Markings: 
Molded "PARIS FRANCE" & "R LALIQUE" on bottom of bottle
Origin: 
France
Box Description: 
Heavy cardboard box with silk lining. Interior of box has a small gold label with "Jasmin D'Heraid Paris France" embossed.
Date or Era: 
Introduced 1923
Dimensions: 
16 cm.
Special Features: 
Title translates "The Foliage"
Additional Information: 
This atomizer was introduced at the same time as the flacon (see also in this collection). The meaning of the label with Jasmin is unclear since this writer could not find any reference that it was used for another perfume. The bottle is in the form of a tapering column with fern leaves adorning the four hollow edges. Ref: The Art of Rene Lalique, Christie Mayer Lefkowith, 2010.

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