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Yram (1930)
by Mary Chess


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Year of Launch1930
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HouseMary Chess
PerfumerMary Chess
Parent CompanyHenri Garceau

About Yram

Yram is a feminine perfume by Mary Chess. The scent was launched in 1930 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Mary Chess

Reviews of Yram

Yram actually dates from 1938, not 1930, as stated above.

This is a very light spicy toilet water that is remarkable only in that one finds it difficult to detect any individual spice notes, despite the over all effect of a spice combo.

It is so light and weak in comparison to other Mary Chess toilet waters that though it is her signature scent, being named for herself, spelled backwards, it fails to excite or interest me.

24th February, 2015
I loved Mary Chess perfumes, and remember Yram as a lovely spicy fragrance I had in a sampler box. I Googled the name to see if I could find out what it meant. The name "Yram" isn't a flower or spice, but was the pen name of a French occultist who claimed to practice astral projection. I thought that was an odd name for a Mary Chess fragrance until I realized that she didn't name it for a flower, spice or a French occultist--it's MARY spelled backwards! :) Just thought you'd enjoy a chuckle for the day. Wish they still made that perfume!
02nd September, 2012 (last edited: 09th September, 2012)

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