"Toujours Moi" (1923)
In its white satin presentation.
Toujours Moi, in English means Always Me. This perfume started life as the favored incense used in the Notre Dame cathedral of France. Hundreds of years later in 1923, the great House of Corday translated that incense into a classic perfume which would be known as their signature fragrance.
The bottle and its packaging designs were originally designed by Lucien Gaillard, a jeweler from Paris who was a close friend of Rene Lalique.
Height: bottle: 8cm
Ref. PB 149