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Crystal Parfum bottle

I am not sure of the size. Either 1/3, 1/4 or 1/2 oz. The stopper is very decorative, but it is frozen in bottle. The label has been stained and has some color loss. Nice collectible bottle with some thick perfume inside.

$ 30   Purchase

Vintage



1.5 oz EDT

Unused with a small amount of evaporation. Still has plug in bottle and little bow around the neck. This is from the 1950s. Gorgeous label. Perfume is very similar to Chanel No 5.

$ 100   Purchase



1 oz Eau de Parfum

Beautiful perfume from the 1970s.

$ 65   Purchase



1/2 oz Parfum de Toilette

I love Emeraude and I love this bottle. The color is so beautiful that it makes me smile. Perfume is in excellent condition. Toilettes are made to hold the top notes longer and they keep fresher longer than colognes.

$ 25   Purchase



1/4 oz Parfum

About a quarter full and it smells wonderful. Nothing quite beats vintage Emeraude. It was my first perfume I wore as a teenage. My father loved Shalimar and my boyfriend loved Emeraude. My father use to get confused and think I was wearing Shalimar. They are similar.

$ 20   Purchase



1/2 oz EDT

Unused and probably from the 1950s. Smells perfect.

$ 40   Purchase



1/4 oz Parfum

Wonderful smelling concentrated perfume essence from the 1970s. Excellent condition.

$ 35   Purchase



1/2 oz EDT

Beautiful bottle and label is pristine. Perfume smells wonderful and fresh. Paris perfume is similar to Chanel No 5.

$ 30   Purchase



1/4 oz Perfume

This may be a 1/2 oz, it is hard to tell because of the shape of the bottle. It is full and unused and smells delicious. I would date this to 1960-70s era. Cap is worn due to age.

$ 20   Purchase



1 oz Parfum in box

Molinard is no longer making Habanita Parfum, only EDT and EDP. They have also reformulated the formula again. This is the older formula parfum and it smells great. This bottle is from my personal collection and I have used approximately 5 ml out of the 30ml in the bottle. I love Habanita, as I love powdery scents with a vanilla drydown.

Habanita is an Oriental perfume, launched in 1921. The nose behind this fragrance was Henri Robert although he was never credited as such. But I have a perfume he created under his own name and it is identical to the original Habanita. Henri Robert was the nose at Chanel and he worked for Coty.

Habanita's top notes are orange blossom, raspberry, peach and bergamot; middle notes are lilac, orris root, jasmine, heliotrope, ylang-ylang and rose; base notes are leather, amber, musk, benzoin, vanilla, oakmoss and cedar.


$ 80   Purchase



1/8 oz unused

Ultra rare perfume. When Pfizer took over Coty in the early 1960s, one of the Coty descendants decided to branch off on his own and released Jade Imperial. Even though he released it under the name Stephane Coty, Pfizer decided to sue him for name infringement. Just before he lost the suit, he sold all his stock of perfumes in Russia, so Pfizer could not take his stock. So the only bottles in existence are a few sold in the US and the rest was sold in Russia. It is a very nice masculine scent.

$ 35   Purchase



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