The Queen's Rose and Coquette Luzier

    The Queen's Rose and Coquette Luzier

    post #1 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    Good Morning Everyone.

    I have just joined this site and have found informative, you certainly know your perfumes here so I thought this the best place to ask my questions.

    I have two perfumes that I cannot find anything about on the internet so thought I would come here and ask the experts.

    One is called Coquette Luzier and the other is called The Queen's Rose. I did have a 3rd called Styx, but eventually found it, but the other two I cannot find at all.

    I have another bottle that has a rounded shaped end and won't stand up. It has gold tassels on it, but has no name. It is hard to say what this smells like as it seems to have a multitude of smells, nothing harsh all very pleasant just as if you were walking through a garden of flowers. It is the sort of perfume that when worn people will ask what perfume you have on because of the beautiful smell it has. I am assuming that this bottle is a refill and maybe had a case and have resigned myself to never finding out what it is.

    I would be grateful if you could let me know anything about these.

    Many Thanks.

    post #2 of 12

    pictures will help us better...

    post #3 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    Wow that was a quick reply.

    I will go and take some pictures and upload them.

    Thanks.

    post #4 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    Sorry it took so long I am useless with a camera.

    post #5 of 12
    First time I've seen those two, Another mystery.
    post #6 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    I have just found three other bottles that have no name on them either.

    The only thing I know for sure is that all of these perfumes belong to my 94 yr old mother-in-law. She stopped wearing perfumes about eight yrs ago and packed them away in a case in the cellar and she can't remember which ones are old and which are more recent.

    I would appreciate any help you can give me on these.

    THANKS.

    post #7 of 12

    Those are good photos - such a pity that there's nothing on the base of the bottles to show.

    I've looked on Perfume Intelligence, on the off-chance that they have a record of the named perfumes: there are a few "Coquette" perfumes but none is credited to "Luzier", and there's no "The Queen's Rose", sadly.

    Perfume Intelligence does have a record for "Luzier's Inc." of Kansas City, Mo.so that might be a lead.

    http://www.perfumeintelligence.co.uk/library/perfume/l/houses/Luz.htm

    For the bottles with no details at all, I have to say that the last two you photographed look familiar but I can't pin them down. Hopefully someone with The Knowledge will jump in with information for you!

    Good luck, and maybe try fragrantica.com's Vintages section in the Club area - there are some real vintage buffs to be found there too.

    post #8 of 12
    I believe your last photo is Escada for women.
    post #9 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    Thanks Kitsch I appreciate your reply and the help you have given me.

    Wow that perfume intelligence is quite some site, maybe I will be able to find some of the other perfumes we have here as there must be at least 70/80 bottles to go through and I expect there will be a few with either no names or ones I cannot find.

    I will go and look on fragrantica.com's Vintages section.

    Thanks again.

    post #10 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Genie JeanieView Post

    I believe your last photo is Escada for women.


    Thanks Genie, I just looked up Escada and you are absolutely right.

    Excellent, thats one bottle less to find.

    Many Thanks.

    post #11 of 12
    The middle photo is a sample bottle, looks to be around 3-5ml. I use something very similar for samples or decants.
    post #12 of 12
    Thread Starter 

    Hi Palm Beach.

    Thanks for your reply.

    Yes it is a very small bottle.

    I don't know where she got it from here in the UK as I couldn't find one anywhere.

    Thanks again for your help.

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    7/1/13 at 3:47am

    sandyrarr said:



    Good Morning Everyone.

    I have just joined this site and have found informative, you certainly know your perfumes here so I thought this the best place to ask my questions.

    I have two perfumes that I cannot find anything about on the internet so thought I would come here and ask the experts.

    One is called Coquette Luzier and the other is called The Queen's Rose. I did have a 3rd called Styx, but eventually found it, but the other two I cannot find at all.

    I have another bottle that has a rounded shaped end and won't stand up. It has gold tassels on it, but has no name. It is hard to say what this smells like as it seems to have a multitude of smells, nothing harsh all very pleasant just as if you were walking through a garden of flowers. It is the sort of perfume that when worn people will ask what perfume you have on because of the beautiful smell it has. I am assuming that this bottle is a refill and maybe had a case and have resigned myself to never finding out what it is.

    I would be grateful if you could let me know anything about these.

    Many Thanks.

    7/1/13 at 3:50am

    badarun said:



    pictures will help us better...

    7/1/13 at 4:00am

    sandyrarr said:



    Wow that was a quick reply.

    I will go and take some pictures and upload them.

    Thanks.

    7/1/13 at 5:57am

    sandyrarr said:



    Sorry it took so long I am useless with a camera.

    7/1/13 at 6:20am

    hednic said:



    First time I've seen those two, Another mystery.

    7/1/13 at 6:32am

    sandyrarr said:



    I have just found three other bottles that have no name on them either.

    The only thing I know for sure is that all of these perfumes belong to my 94 yr old mother-in-law. She stopped wearing perfumes about eight yrs ago and packed them away in a case in the cellar and she can't remember which ones are old and which are more recent.

    I would appreciate any help you can give me on these.

    THANKS.

    7/1/13 at 2:37pm

    kitsch said:



    Those are good photos - such a pity that there's nothing on the base of the bottles to show.

    I've looked on Perfume Intelligence, on the off-chance that they have a record of the named perfumes: there are a few "Coquette" perfumes but none is credited to "Luzier", and there's no "The Queen's Rose", sadly.

    Perfume Intelligence does have a record for "Luzier's Inc." of Kansas City, Mo.so that might be a lead.

    http://www.perfumeintelligence.co.uk/library/perfume/l/houses/Luz.htm

    For the bottles with no details at all, I have to say that the last two you photographed look familiar but I can't pin them down. Hopefully someone with The Knowledge will jump in with information for you!

    Good luck, and maybe try fragrantica.com's Vintages section in the Club area - there are some real vintage buffs to be found there too.

    7/1/13 at 2:53pm

    Genie Jeanie said:



    I believe your last photo is Escada for women.

    7/1/13 at 4:43pm

    sandyrarr said:



    Thanks Kitsch I appreciate your reply and the help you have given me.

    Wow that perfume intelligence is quite some site, maybe I will be able to find some of the other perfumes we have here as there must be at least 70/80 bottles to go through and I expect there will be a few with either no names or ones I cannot find.

    I will go and look on fragrantica.com's Vintages section.

    Thanks again.

    7/1/13 at 4:48pm

    sandyrarr said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Genie JeanieView Post

    I believe your last photo is Escada for women.


    Thanks Genie, I just looked up Escada and you are absolutely right.

    Excellent, thats one bottle less to find.

    Many Thanks.

    7/1/13 at 9:14pm

    PalmBeach said:



    The middle photo is a sample bottle, looks to be around 3-5ml. I use something very similar for samples or decants.

    7/3/13 at 12:49pm

    sandyrarr said:



    Hi Palm Beach.

    Thanks for your reply.

    Yes it is a very small bottle.

    I don't know where she got it from here in the UK as I couldn't find one anywhere.

    Thanks again for your help.





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