Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Maharadjah by Rosine c1921

Maharadjah by Rosine: launched in 1921. The name of the fragrance refers to the role of Maharaja held by actor Edouard de Max, in the room of the prince Otherc, Henri Lavedan (Poiret has created the costumes).




Fragrance Composition:



So what does it smell like? It is classified as an oriental fragrance for women.

Bottles:




Luxury perfume bottle of clear and black glass with label, on green glass stand. 4" tall. Photo by Rago Arts.

photo by blouinartinfo

A Paul Poiret bottle design in frosted glass shaped as a "figure-8", in fine condition with rarely seen paper label. Height 7 in. Photo by Mastro Auctions.

Photo by Art Francais


photo from Fiona2miniparfums


Fate of the Fragrance:


Discontinued, date unknown.


It was still being sold in 1930.

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