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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Meggy by D'Orsay c1911

Meggy by D'Orsay: launched in 1911. Meggy was available in parfum, lotion (a type of fortified cologne), and powder.

Fragrance Composition:

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

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The beautiful bottle was designed by Julien Viard and produced by Baccarat (design #174). The bottle has a square cut base, its shoulders are embossed with frosted stylized flowers. The disk shaped  frosted glass stopper is molded with a blossoming flower. The perfume's name is enameled in black on the front, towards the base. Bottle stands 5.70" tall. The bottle was housed in a leather presentation box that was lined with satin.

A frosted glass powder box was introduced in 1913. The base is cylindrical, drum shape, base with molded decoration of leaves, lid with five lobes, decorated molded relief of anemones. Diameter 3.54".

Fate of the Fragrance:

Discontinued, date unknown.

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