Eau de Cologne 1916
Work of Russian perfumer Meisonier for the Myrurgia house, creator of legendary colognes, such as, Maja or Mad. East, In 1921, won the gold medal at the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts, and in 1925 the recognition of the Universal Exhibition in Paris.
The Orientalism, the stamp of Art Deco, the aesthetics of the ballets Russes of Serge Diaghilev and objective photography are some trend that marked the “golden age” of the firm Myrurgia.
Since the year 2000 the brand belongs to Puig, a multinational Spanish brand run by the Puig family. Has a big role in the global beauty industry. And works, among others, with perfumes like Nina Ricci, Paco Rabanne and Carolina Herrera.
Content: 100 mlTotal Weight: 220 grProportions: 6 x 13 x 3.5