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VINTAGE - Coty Jasmin de Corse Perfume

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Perfume Description

 

Manufacturer:

Coty

Fragrance Name:

Jasmin de Corse

Year Introduced:

1906

Gender:

Feminine

Strength:

Perfume

Notes:

Jasmine             

 

 

Jasmin de Corse was launched in 1906 and is an indolic jasmine fragrance with smoky undertones named after Corsica, Francois Coty's birthplace. It was produced from 1906 to 1930 and was never reissued. Its advertising was: "Jasmin de Corse - the breath of romance and dreams, ghostly poetic, soul exquisite desires." 

Coty fragrances were popular among the Russian Imperial family and Jasmin de Corse was the favorite scent of Tatiana, one of the daughters of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Romanov.

In wording from a newspaper advertisement from 1925 where Coty assigned their fragrances to certain types of women: "The enchanting fragrances of Jasmin de Corse, Lilas Blanc, and La Jasinthe translate the rare charm of dreamy, elusive types, giving out half-revelations of haunting beauty".

There is not a lot of information available on the older Coty fragrances; they are quite rare.

Jasmin de Corse has been discontinued.

This is the original pure perfume version of the fragrance.



 

 


VINTAGE - Coty Jasmin de Corse Perfume

 

Manufacturer:

Coty

Fragrance Name:

Jasmin de Corse

Year Introduced:

1906

Gender:

Feminine

Strength:

Perfume

Notes:

Jasmine             

 

 

Jasmin de Corse was launched in 1906 and is an indolic jasmine fragrance with smoky undertones named after Corsica, Francois Coty's birthplace. It was produced from 1906 to 1930 and was never reissued. Its advertising was: "Jasmin de Corse - the breath of romance and dreams, ghostly poetic, soul exquisite desires." 

Coty fragrances were popular among the Russian Imperial family and Jasmin de Corse was the favorite scent of Tatiana, one of the daughters of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Romanov.

In wording from a newspaper advertisement from 1925 where Coty assigned their fragrances to certain types of women: "The enchanting fragrances of Jasmin de Corse, Lilas Blanc, and La Jasinthe translate the rare charm of dreamy, elusive types, giving out half-revelations of haunting beauty".

There is not a lot of information available on the older Coty fragrances; they are quite rare.

Jasmin de Corse has been discontinued.

This is the original pure perfume version of the fragrance.



 

 

$11.99

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  1. A long fragrant story in a bottle 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Nov 2017

    Trying to broaden my knowledge of vintage perfumes is always worth it. Case in point with Jasmine de Corse. I thought I hated the smell of jasmine, based on fragrance oils I have had the misfortune of smelling in the past. But now I can see how dramatically different the REAL thing is. On first application, I notice a sweet, powdery, pink floral. My husband said it smells "bathy", and I think I understand why. Something about it reminds me of bath oil beads my mother had had when I was 5-6 years old. But that's just the top notes. Then I catch a glimpse of something darker. Not indolic. Something animalic. After 15 minutes it begins to smell greener and fresher. Unfortunately the first thing I think of is fabric softener! An hour later, it still has those vibes, but less so. It matures to a bright white musk, or freshly washed fur, which lasts on my skin for many hours. In any case, I really wish I could find out more about the this vintage gem, and could get a recommendation of an easier to find fragrance that's similar. I'm so impressed how the different stages of it are so distinct, like the beginning, climax, and denouement of a novel. Brilliant.