Vintage Lucien Lelong Talc 1930s Art Deco Bottle French Luxury Brand
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Vintage Lucien Lelong Talc 1930s Art Deco Bottle French Luxury Brand:
Description: For sale today is a vintage draped effect bottle of Lucien Lelong Gold painted bottle with Talc. It still has Talc and smells fantastic. The bottle is adorned with black draping cords that add a great effect to the draping. The LL. logo appears on one side of the bottle, on the other side is a sign which reads Talc, distributed by Lucien Lelong, New York, Chicago, Net weight three ounces. The cap is very ornate and painted, the top of the bottle is brass covered and still has some of the original paper seal. This bottle is Art Deco possibly from the 1930s. If you collect vintage glass bottles, don’t let this one pass you by.
Size: The bottle measures 6” high, 2 ¾” across, 1 7/16” deep, and shipping weight is 1-2 pounds.
Condition: This is Vintage- the paint is scraped off
**Lucien Lelong belongs to an elite pantheon of French designers who, in the early 20th century, became instrumental in shaping the world of haute couture for decades to come. Among his contemporaries were Chanel, Worth, Patou, Lanvin and Schiaparelli, each of whom has left an indelible mark on fashion.
In 1919, Lucien Lelong opened the couture house that would eventually become the training ground for fashion luminaries like Jean Ebel, Pierre Balmain, Christian Dior, and Hubert de Givenchy.
*from perfums Lucien Lelong website.
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