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International Perfume Museum
27 May 2014 / 15h30
Bottle Tan O Tan Twentieth century, origin? Translucent glass Inv. 94 317 Self-tanning products were invented in 1960. Tan-0-Tan from Hycopharm was one of the first self-tanners sold in France. It...
International Perfume Museum
27 May 2014 / 15h00
Bottle Eighteenth century, England Translucent glass Inv. AD 27 880 Scent played a vital role in the eighteenth century. It was worn on the body in increasingly sophisticated bottles which continued...
International Perfume Museum
06 June 2014 / 14h00
Seventh century BC. Sixth century BC, Rhodes Ceramic Inv. 93 550 This aryballos (or perfume vase) was used mostly by Greek athletes for storing scented oil for body care. Its specific shape made it...
Museum of Art and History of Provence
05 June 2014 / 17h00
Ciborium for the sick 1645 – silver and vermeil Museum of the Art and History of Provence - acquired by the Association of Museums Inv. 98 202 In a traditionally Catholic region like the eastern...
International Perfume Museum
27 May 2014 / 15h30
Kodo Takasago Twentieth century, Japan Silk (textile) Inv. 04 60 The use of incense in Japan formed part of traditions and followed rituals as refined as the tea ceremony and the art of the bouquet...
International Perfume Museum
27 May 2014 / 15h30
Shadow box Nineteenth century, Rajasthan Wood Inv. 02 694 This wooden box was used as a make-up box for the tikka , a mark worn on the forehead by most Hindus. The tikka is prepared with dried...

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