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Toujours Moi bottles, Corday perfume flacons. A five inch tall Toujours Moi bottle with a mini, just 2 1/4 inches tall. This charming bottle with its Art Nouveaumotif was designed in the 1920s by Lucien Gallard, who had had a similar aesthetic to René Lalique. The design was used up into the 1950s. The smaller one I can date to 1955, since this was only issued in this year. I have a feeling the larger one is older. A charming pair, suggesting mother and daughter - although in this case, the older one has preserved more of its dark red accent. Both have the distinctive eight-sided toppers, which I have made no serious effort to remove.

Toujours Moi bottles, Corday perfume flacons

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