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    Brimming with sophistication, this resplendent piece from 1950 by Jean-Denis Malclès harks back to the poster work of fin de siècle legend Toulouse-Lautrec. An elegant lady beautifies herself at a dressing table, while her attentive suitor enters stage left. Her blue curtains reveal a balcony adorned by verdant plant life. Fragrance house L.T Piver has an illustrious background, having been named the main supplier of perfumes to the court of King Louis XVI, and, later, to the emperor Napoleon III.

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    L.T Piver

    $860,00

    Brimming with sophistication, this resplendent piece from 1950 by Jean-Denis Malclès harks back to the poster work of fin de siècle legend Toulouse-Lautrec. An elegant lady beautifies herself at a dressing table, while her attentive suitor enters stage left. Her blue curtains reveal a balcony adorned by verdant plant life. Fragrance house L.T Piver has an illustrious background, having been named the main supplier of perfumes to the court of King Louis XVI, and, later, to the emperor Napoleon III.

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    This 1951 ad recalls a botanical illustration in its realistic depiction of a flower lying softly in repose behind the bright pink bottle of beauty powder. The realism of this work suits the classical heritage of L.T Piver, a perfume house founded in 1774. Pink is well known as a calming colour; this placid artwork will help you relax when at leisure or keep your cool while working. This vintage ad is a testament to Piver’s illustrious centuries of history.

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    L.T Piver

    $800,00

    This 1951 ad recalls a botanical illustration in its realistic depiction of a flower lying softly in repose behind the bright pink bottle of beauty powder. The realism of this work suits the classical heritage of L.T Piver, a perfume house founded in 1774. Pink is well known as a calming colour; this placid artwork will help you relax when at leisure or keep your cool while working. This vintage ad is a testament to Piver’s illustrious centuries of history.

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    This ad from 1951 was for the perfume house L.T. Piver. Despite its black and white colour scheme this image roars with a fiery glamour. Flaming patterns emanate from the sides of an ornate perfume bottle. Its name ‘Diableries’ means ‘Devilry’, announcing in bold capitals the dark seductions this fragrance assisted. L.T Piver is a fragrance house rich with heritage, its origins dating back as far as 1774 when it was the official purveyor to the court of Louis XVI.

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    LT Piver Diableries

    $980,00

    This ad from 1951 was for the perfume house L.T. Piver. Despite its black and white colour scheme this image roars with a fiery glamour. Flaming patterns emanate from the sides of an ornate perfume bottle. Its name ‘Diableries’ means ‘Devilry’, announcing in bold capitals the dark seductions this fragrance assisted. L.T Piver is a fragrance house rich with heritage, its origins dating back as far as 1774 when it was the official purveyor to the court of Louis XVI.

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