Friday, November 1, 2013

Mon Péché by Paul Poiret c1920s

Mon Péché by Paul Poiret: launched in the 1920s.

Fragrance Composition:

So what does it smell like? I have no published notes on this perfume.

The Flacons

The flacon is clear glass with molded foliage on the sides and stopper, and features a black glass plaque which is molded with a cameo of a woman's head.
photos by ebay seller xniide.

Measures 5-1/8 inches tall.
photo from Auctions of Palm Beach

Black glass bottle, molded with flowers, applied glass cameo on front, black glass stopper molded with two flowers, gilt foil label. Also used for the Poiret perfume "La Vierge Folle".

photo by ebay seller just4fluff

Same bottle below as above, different label.
photo from worthpoint

Same bottle as above, stands 5 1/4" tall X 4" wide.

photo from worthpoint

Octagonal crystal, amber fan shaped stopper. Height: 19 cm. (7 ½ in). With two labels with the names of perfume and fragrance.
Photo by Christies

"Mon Peche" perfume bottle in clear and frosted glass with black and ivory glass cameo, c. 1925. With labels. Ht. 5 1/4 in.

photo by Rago Arts & Auction

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued, date unknown.

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