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    Default Need help identifying scents (picture included)

    I had purchased a lot of miniatures and I received some bottles that were unmarked. Please let me know if you can figure out what these scents are.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/alexinfrance

    Picture 1:
    There are three fragrances that are unmarked in the front (I believe that the first one is Tea Rose something). Additionally, there is a bottle that has two Es mirroring each other.

    Several other fragrances were included but I'd love to know more about:
    Jitrois - ? (last row, right)
    Miss Paris - ? (second row from front, second bottle)
    Swann - ? (second row from ront, first bottle)
    Saint Tropez? (last row, left)
    Versace Profumi - Which one is this one exactly (center, center)?

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    Others (Picture 2 for your viewing pleasure)
    Ivoire de Balmain - Balmain
    Versace L'Homme - Versace
    Monogram - Ralph Lauren
    Acteur - Azzaro
    L'air du Temps - Nina Ricci (2x)
    Tamango de Leonard - Leonard
    Salvador Dali - Salvador Dali
    Clandestine - Guy Laroche
    Lapidus Pour Homme - Ted Lapidus
    Guirlandes - Carven
    Balmain de Balmain - Balmain
    Yatis - Givenchy
    Davidoff - Davidoff
    Monsieur Balamain - Balmain (Original)
    Nombre Noir - Shiseido
    25 - Aubusson
    Vent Vert - Pierre Balmain (Original)
    Ruffles - Oscar de La Renta
    Nature - Yves Rocher
    Presence - Houbigant
    Antaeus - Chanel
    Farouche - Nina Ricci
    No. 19 - Chanel
    Eau de Givenchy - Givenchy

    Can someone tell me more about the history of Coeur de Cananga - Franka M. Berger, the Parfum Ambre/Chyprseries of Bernard Lalande and Eau Jeune (Fleur a Fleur/Senteurs Fraiches) of Gemey Paris as well? Thanks!

    - Alex
    Last edited by scentophile; 21st November 2007 at 05:45 PM.

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    Default Re: Need help identifying scents (picture included)

    Hi Alex, The bottle with two E's is Escadas logo. Thats the one at the back, on the right, correct?

    The one on the left, and one back from the front is a Lalique scent I think.
    The one in the center at the front looks a bit like a YSL Paris variant.
    The Versace mini is V E Versace for women launched in 1989 (I think)

    The others Im unsure of.
    Last edited by Sorcery of Scent; 21st November 2007 at 04:33 PM.

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    Default Re: Need help identifying scents (picture included)

    The squat round one with the pointed gold top is Casmir by Chopard.

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    Default Re: Need help identifying scents (picture included)

    Vent vert isn't ancient, it's new from Calice Becker, old Germaine Cellier's creation is that:

    http://www.sarahsperfumes.com/catalo...a5caac36f6e92d
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    I am pretty sure front row, far right is Jean Charles Brosseau's Ombre D'or. Very nice and powdery. I got a cheap mini of that 12 months ago and used it pretty quickly.

    This is from the Australian perfume website I bought it from.

    'Ombre D'or was launched in France by Jean-Charles Brosseau in 1994. It's a green, woody, vanillic, powdery, musky fragrance. A very feminine fragrance.'
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    Default Re: Need help identifying scents (picture included)

    The faceted bottle with light green liquid (front far left) is probably Panthere Eau Legere by Cartier, if the cap looks like a panther. It's kind of hard to see. If so, it should smell citrusy with grapefruit in the top note.
    Last edited by beachroses; 23rd November 2007 at 01:47 PM.

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    Default Re: Need help identifying scents (picture included)

    Quote Originally Posted by beachroses View Post
    The faceted bottle with light green liquid (front far left) is probably Panthere Eau Legere by Cartier, if the cap looks like a panther. It's kind of hard to see. If so, it should smell citrusy with grapefruit in the top note.
    Ooh, thanks. But I found out that it's actually Tea Rose by The Perfumer's Workshop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gumoosh View Post
    I am pretty sure front row, far right is Jean Charles Brosseau's Ombre D'or. Very nice and powdery. I got a cheap mini of that 12 months ago and used it pretty quickly.

    This is from the Australian perfume website I bought it from.

    'Ombre D'or was launched in France by Jean-Charles Brosseau in 1994. It's a green, woody, vanillic, powdery, musky fragrance. A very feminine fragrance.'
    Perfect.

    Thanks ladies (and gent!)

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