Monday, November 4, 2013

Le Mouchoir de Rosine by Rosine c1914

Le Mouchoir de Rosine by Rosine: launched in 1914. The name means "The Handkerchief of Rosine" in French.

Le Mouchoir de Rosine, released in 6 different color versions. Each bottle was wrapped in a beautifully colored handkerchief designed to match the mood of the buyer. Each fragrance is a flower and a mood: green for the mystery, orange for jealousy, red for the betrayal, the desire for yellow, blue for anticipation and rose for consent.





Chemist and Druggist: The Newsweekly for Pharmacy, 1919:
"There is the " Mouchoir de Rosine," for instance, consisting of a bottle enclosed in a dainty silk handkerchief secured round it by an amber ring."

Fragrance Composition:

I have no published notes on this perfume.

photo by Musee International de la Parfumerie in Grasse.


photo by Drouot


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