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Ombre Rose by JC Brosseau c1982

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Ombre Rose by JC Brosseau c1982
This bottle is one that I commonly see mistakenly attributed to Lalique because it is clear and frosted glass. This was not made by Lalique. It is marked on the base JC Brosseau Made in France, possibly by Pochet et du Courval or JC Brosseau's own glassworks.
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5:05 AM on July 26, 2012 
The Ombre Rose bottle was originally Narcisse Noir de Mury
created in 1925 by the Glass Company Nesle Normandeuse.
the bottles being in old French ounces, were remade by Pochet
at real sizes, 30 50 and 100ml with plastemeri closures.

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