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    ‘Perfume for the modern woman’ is the tagline for this 1955 fragrance. The black and red flowers decorating the fan which forms a backdrop to the perfume bottle represent the spicy pepper which forms the top note of this rich fragrance. That gorgeously designed bottle recalls a woman’s shapely curves and attests to the erotic power of this scent. The modernity emphasised by the tagline was a popular theme amongst French women who reclaimed their feminine wiles following the war.

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    Caron Pepper

    $490,00

    ‘Perfume for the modern woman’ is the tagline for this 1955 fragrance. The black and red flowers decorating the fan which forms a backdrop to the perfume bottle represent the spicy pepper which forms the top note of this rich fragrance. That gorgeously designed bottle recalls a woman’s shapely curves and attests to the erotic power of this scent. The modernity emphasised by the tagline was a popular theme amongst French women who reclaimed their feminine wiles following the war.

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    A fire-breathing dragon encircles a perfume bottle in this ad created for Caron’s Poivre fragrance. For France in 1955 ‘la femme moderne’ was the supreme feminine ideal, a trend most exemplified by Dior’s New Look fashion line. The bottle glimmers with a starry sheen against the warm blue background. The fiery dragon references the spicy pepper top note of this famed perfume composed by Michel Morsetti. This exotic oriental scene is sure to spice up any interior it calls home.

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    Caron Pepper New

    $640,00

    A fire-breathing dragon encircles a perfume bottle in this ad created for Caron’s Poivre fragrance. For France in 1955 ‘la femme moderne’ was the supreme feminine ideal, a trend most exemplified by Dior’s New Look fashion line. The bottle glimmers with a starry sheen against the warm blue background. The fiery dragon references the spicy pepper top note of this famed perfume composed by Michel Morsetti. This exotic oriental scene is sure to spice up any interior it calls home.

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    Caron is a perfume house founded by Ernest Daltroff in 1904, still in business today. This stunning 1954 poster advertises their ‘Poivre’ or ‘Pepper’ fragrance. A red dragon recalling the Orient encircles the gorgeously shaped glass bottle which implies a woman’s shapely curves. This lavish fragrance is remembered for its fiery scent which is as much carnation as bell or black pepper. Displayed on your wall this beautiful vintage poster will create an atmosphere of luxurious cosmopolitanism to any interior.

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    Caron Pepper Perfume

    $490,00

    Caron is a perfume house founded by Ernest Daltroff in 1904, still in business today. This stunning 1954 poster advertises their ‘Poivre’ or ‘Pepper’ fragrance. A red dragon recalling the Orient encircles the gorgeously shaped glass bottle which implies a woman’s shapely curves. This lavish fragrance is remembered for its fiery scent which is as much carnation as bell or black pepper. Displayed on your wall this beautiful vintage poster will create an atmosphere of luxurious cosmopolitanism to any interior.

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    This advertisement from perfume company Caron depicts an ornate cabinet, its doors painted with a faintly visible scene—perhaps of a French village—with lush drapes drawn to the sides and an elaborate stand on which rests the simply designed bottle of Caron perfume. The white background creates space and light in this stunning image; the god letters of ‘Caron’ match the inside of the cabinet and create the necessary impression of luxury. Established in 1904 by legendary perfumer Ernest Daltroff, Caron has played an inestimable role in perfume history.

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    Caron Perfumes

    $710,00

    This advertisement from perfume company Caron depicts an ornate cabinet, its doors painted with a faintly visible scene—perhaps of a French village—with lush drapes drawn to the sides and an elaborate stand on which rests the simply designed bottle of Caron perfume. The white background creates space and light in this stunning image; the god letters of ‘Caron’ match the inside of the cabinet and create the necessary impression of luxury. Established in 1904 by legendary perfumer Ernest Daltroff, Caron has played an inestimable role in perfume history.

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    This 1952 ad for perfume house Caron depicts an Ancient Greek woman holding a jug from which wafts the scent of perfume. The Greeks were the first to master ‘The Art of Perfume’- legend has it the sails of Cleopatra’s boat were once coated with fragrant oils in a ploy to seduce Marc Antony. The background of this piece is a luscious blend of blue and pink. This poster is a visual feast, playing on the hallowed history of perfume.

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    Caron The Art of Parfume

    $490,00

    This 1952 ad for perfume house Caron depicts an Ancient Greek woman holding a jug from which wafts the scent of perfume. The Greeks were the first to master ‘The Art of Perfume’- legend has it the sails of Cleopatra’s boat were once coated with fragrant oils in a ploy to seduce Marc Antony. The background of this piece is a luscious blend of blue and pink. This poster is a visual feast, playing on the hallowed history of perfume.

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    Caron Voeu de Noël

    $570,00
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    The musty colours of this ad symbolise the scent With Pleasure which it advertised. The fragrance, composed by master perfumer Michel Morsetti, was issued in 1949 during a period of high productivity for Caron. The flacon is shaped like a honey jar, matching the warm colours which also refer to the fragrance’s earthy tonalities. The outlines of leaves point to its green-herbal facade. Despite being a French company, Caron opted for an English name for this fragrance, emphasising their cosmopolitanism.

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    Caron with Pleasure

    $550,00

    The musty colours of this ad symbolise the scent With Pleasure which it advertised. The fragrance, composed by master perfumer Michel Morsetti, was issued in 1949 during a period of high productivity for Caron. The flacon is shaped like a honey jar, matching the warm colours which also refer to the fragrance’s earthy tonalities. The outlines of leaves point to its green-herbal facade. Despite being a French company, Caron opted for an English name for this fragrance, emphasising their cosmopolitanism.

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    This iconic ad from 1951 was created to advertise the Chanel fragrance ‘bois de iles’ or ‘island forests’. This fragrance for women was released in 1926, created by master perfumer Ernest Beaux with the help of legendary Coco Chanel. The fragrance was autumnal, with the odour of dark woods . Bois de Iles was the first woody fragrance for women, perhaps representative of Coco Chanel’s modern, unconventional approach to femininity. The Chanel bottle is a masterpiece of Art Deco simplicity.

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    Chanel Bois des Iles

    $900,00

    This iconic ad from 1951 was created to advertise the Chanel fragrance ‘bois de iles’ or ‘island forests’. This fragrance for women was released in 1926, created by master perfumer Ernest Beaux with the help of legendary Coco Chanel. The fragrance was autumnal, with the odour of dark woods . Bois de Iles was the first woody fragrance for women, perhaps representative of Coco Chanel’s modern, unconventional approach to femininity. The Chanel bottle is a masterpiece of Art Deco simplicity.

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    This 1948 ad for Chanel’s ‘Cuir de Russie’ fragrance is a modern classic. True to Coco Chanel’s aesthetic philosophy, it is a very minimal work, depicting the plain, square bottle in monochrome. The background is a gorgeous gradient of white fading to black. The smoky fragrance it advertises, created in 1925, was aimed at women who dared to smoke in public- controversial in those days. This ad for the audacious ‘Russian Leather’ perfume will add historic glamour to your wall.

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    Chanel Cuir de Russie

    $880,00

    This 1948 ad for Chanel’s ‘Cuir de Russie’ fragrance is a modern classic. True to Coco Chanel’s aesthetic philosophy, it is a very minimal work, depicting the plain, square bottle in monochrome. The background is a gorgeous gradient of white fading to black. The smoky fragrance it advertises, created in 1925, was aimed at women who dared to smoke in public- controversial in those days. This ad for the audacious ‘Russian Leather’ perfume will add historic glamour to your wall.

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    Chanel no.5 is perhaps the world’s most famous perfume. Its global renown was expanded after Marilyn Monroe remarked that she always applied five drops of the fragrance before going to bed. It is said that one bottle is sold every thirty seconds. In this ad Chanel’s characteristically modern, Art Deco style is on display, an aesthetic approach that had remained firm since the development of this fragrance in the 1920s under the guidance of Coco Chanel herself and which is still bold and iconic to this day.

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    Chanel Eau de Toilette No5

    $900,00

    Chanel no.5 is perhaps the world’s most famous perfume. Its global renown was expanded after Marilyn Monroe remarked that she always applied five drops of the fragrance before going to bed. It is said that one bottle is sold every thirty seconds. In this ad Chanel’s characteristically modern, Art Deco style is on display, an aesthetic approach that had remained firm since the development of this fragrance in the 1920s under the guidance of Coco Chanel herself and which is still bold and iconic to this day.

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    Chanel’s characteristic advertising style—a minimalist, modern look using black-and-white photographs of their Art Deco-style bottles—is repeated here in this 1947 ad for the house’s most famous perfume, Chanel No.5. The legendary actress Marilyn Monroe remarked that she applied five drops of Chanel no. 5 before going to bed. It was a fragrance that would change cultural history and has not ceased to be appreciated the world over, with (so it is said) a bottle sold every thirty seconds.

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    Chanel N05

    $900,00

    Chanel’s characteristic advertising style—a minimalist, modern look using black-and-white photographs of their Art Deco-style bottles—is repeated here in this 1947 ad for the house’s most famous perfume, Chanel No.5. The legendary actress Marilyn Monroe remarked that she applied five drops of Chanel no. 5 before going to bed. It was a fragrance that would change cultural history and has not ceased to be appreciated the world over, with (so it is said) a bottle sold every thirty seconds.

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    This iconic image was created to advertise the Chanel no.22 fragrance. The perfume was launched a year after the release of Chanel No. 5, a scent favoured by Marilyn Monroe. The ad is bold in its simplicity and modernism. The background which fades from white to black represents the changing odours of the perfume. Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel’s aesthetic preferences were always towards simplicity and clarity. She asked perfumer Ernest Beaux to compose a fragrance that embodied the modern, unconventional woman.

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    Chanel No22

    $900,00

    This iconic image was created to advertise the Chanel no.22 fragrance. The perfume was launched a year after the release of Chanel No. 5, a scent favoured by Marilyn Monroe. The ad is bold in its simplicity and modernism. The background which fades from white to black represents the changing odours of the perfume. Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel’s aesthetic preferences were always towards simplicity and clarity. She asked perfumer Ernest Beaux to compose a fragrance that embodied the modern, unconventional woman.

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    This piece from 1954 is a classic of vintage advertising art. The world-renowned Chanel No.5 was selected in 1921 by Coco Chanel, who believed the number 5 brought good luck. The poster is sleekly modern, the square bottle with its black and white label reflecting Chanel’s preference for aesthetic simplicity. This presentation was a marketing revolution at the time, which contributed to Chanel No.5’s international fame. This fragrance still generates over £200m a year, bringing good luck to customers worldwide.

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    Chanel No5

    $900,00

    This piece from 1954 is a classic of vintage advertising art. The world-renowned Chanel No.5 was selected in 1921 by Coco Chanel, who believed the number 5 brought good luck. The poster is sleekly modern, the square bottle with its black and white label reflecting Chanel’s preference for aesthetic simplicity. This presentation was a marketing revolution at the time, which contributed to Chanel No.5’s international fame. This fragrance still generates over £200m a year, bringing good luck to customers worldwide.

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    The fabulous advertising art created for Chanel’s legendary No.5 perfume is iconic. All of the Chanel advertising from this era—this eau de cologne was introduced in 1929—bears the same hallmarks: the gradient of black to white in the background, the simple Art Deco bottle and the starkly minimalist typography announcing the brand name. Ahead of their time in advertising, Chanel nonetheless captured the mood of the age with their sleekly modernist marketing and their perfumes’ mysteriously minimalist titles.

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    Chanel No5 Eau de Cologne

    $930,00

    The fabulous advertising art created for Chanel’s legendary No.5 perfume is iconic. All of the Chanel advertising from this era—this eau de cologne was introduced in 1929—bears the same hallmarks: the gradient of black to white in the background, the simple Art Deco bottle and the starkly minimalist typography announcing the brand name. Ahead of their time in advertising, Chanel nonetheless captured the mood of the age with their sleekly modernist marketing and their perfumes’ mysteriously minimalist titles.

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    This incredibly minimalistic ad for Chanel simply displays the company’s name in bold, simple typography against a shimmery, gold background. 1953 was the year Coco Chanel returned to France from Switzerland to an economy revived. That was a time of feminine elegance, designer Christian Dior having introduced the so-called ‘New Look’ fashion style to the public. The shimmering gold background is an almost perfect emblem of the wave of optimism that swept over France the economic boom which fuelled it.

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    Chanel Perfumes

    $900,00

    This incredibly minimalistic ad for Chanel simply displays the company’s name in bold, simple typography against a shimmery, gold background. 1953 was the year Coco Chanel returned to France from Switzerland to an economy revived. That was a time of feminine elegance, designer Christian Dior having introduced the so-called ‘New Look’ fashion style to the public. The shimmering gold background is an almost perfect emblem of the wave of optimism that swept over France the economic boom which fuelled it.

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    This simple ad for Chanel perfumes is a testament to the minimal style pioneered by the company. The bold use of negative space makes this advertisement a piece of work which will not be intrusive or garish; a stylish work of art, this poster would suit the wall of a lounge or office. It adds a touch of French class as well as being a piece of great historical value. Still a respected company worldwide today, Chanel was broke new ground in perfumery in the early and mid-twentieth century.

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    Chanel Perfumes

    $900,00

    This simple ad for Chanel perfumes is a testament to the minimal style pioneered by the company. The bold use of negative space makes this advertisement a piece of work which will not be intrusive or garish; a stylish work of art, this poster would suit the wall of a lounge or office. It adds a touch of French class as well as being a piece of great historical value. Still a respected company worldwide today, Chanel was broke new ground in perfumery in the early and mid-twentieth century.

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    Chanel Perfumes Paris

    $900,00
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    Chevalier d’Orsay Arome 3

    $640,00
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