Vanity Fair, 1923: "The announcement in Paris of a new fragrance by Roger & Gallet, favored perfumers of the world's most beautiful women, is an artistic event....Jade is the color and, in precious stones, the personal decoration of the day."
Height: flacon: 10cm (3,9") box: 11cm (4,3")
Condition: Excellent (Box small damage on 1 side - see pictures)
ROGER GALLET - Le Jade
(1923) Crackle glass flacon. Box and label designed by René Lalique The label is perfect, the stopper opens easyly, some original perfume left...
Le Jade by Roger et Gallet was launched in 1923. The perfume Le Jade was subtitled "The Precious Perfume.” At the time of its launching, it was a complete line including perfume extract, toilet water, soap, face powder, bath salts, sachet powder and talc.
Le Jade is classified as an oriental fragrance for women with a chypre base, opening with bright hesperidic notes and then softening in the dry down to reveal the sweetness of Tonka Bean and Vanilla, and a lovely musky trail of animalic notes and sweet woods.
Top notes: Bergamot, Lemon, Lime, Orange Blossom, and Neroli Heart notes are Galbanum, Oakmoss, Jasmine, and Patchouli Base notes are Ambergris, Civet, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Tonka Bean, Musk, and Vanilla