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Note: This is the only bottle Rosine purchased from Rene Lalique. This bottle design dates to 1911 but Rosine did not use it until the late 1920's. The two known sizes are 13.5 cm and 8 cm. Both sizes bottles were used for several perfumers over time and without a label it's not possible to know for sure which one. Those perfumers include the original user Roger and Gallet for Persana, and both Fragonard and Euziere for several scents each. We have only seen one of these bottles labeled for Rosine and it was in the small size so we don't know for certain this larger size was also used by them.

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Model No. Rosine-1  Circa 1911
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