Here are 3 vintage Evening In Paris talc and cologne bottles from the 1940s to 1950s production. Bottles are in good condition with the talc cap having a split on the collar of the metal cap. Cap is on securely though. Talc bottle measure 5 inches high, large cologne is 4 1/4 inches high and the smaller bottle is 3 5/8 inches high. These old Evening In Paris products evoke lots of warm memories for those of us of a certain age. My dear mom got plenty of this fragrance from sister and me! Evening in Paris was introduced in 1928 by the Bourjois Company and was created by Ernest Beaux. Originally called Soir de Paris in France. The company wanted to enter the American market and named the cologne Evening in Paris. The beautiful cobalt bottles were produced by the Brosse Glass Company. Gorgeous bottles that should fit in nicely with your collection of perfumes and cologne.
Evening In Paris Cologne and Talc Bottles By Boujois