Perfumer for Houbigant from around 1910 to 1935, Robert Bienaimé created fragrances such as "Lilac", a single flower fragrance and one of Houbigant's all time best sellers, Quelques Fleurs, a floral bouquet. First introduced in 1912, "Quelques Fleurs "continued to be available in some form or another. In 1935, Bienaimé launched his own Paris fragrance house, "Parfum de Bienaimé" and began to issue fragrances under his own name. Bienaimé fragrances continued to appear during the 1940s but it appears that the house did not survive the war.
(1943) "Les Carnations" Madras
Very beautiful powder box nicely decorated. Gilding and Wedgewood style design in its center.
With inside lid and sponge in its packaging .
Size: 8 cm