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Yardley Fragrance Display

TitleYardley Fragrance Display
Object NameYardley Fragrance Display
DescriptionThree glass bottles with bee shaped stoppers are affixed to a two part black and white, counter display stand. On the black oval base in inscribed ‘Yardley.’ Attached atop this is a faux marble stand into which are set the bottles, and which is inscribed ‘Fragrance,’ ‘Bond Street,’ ‘April Violets.’ Yardley London is a soap and perfumery company established in 1770.
Date Manufacturedca. 1945
Manufacturing ProcessCompression Molded
Number of Objects1
Accession Number2003.94
DonorGift of National Plastics Center.
Broad SubjectNovelty, Promotional and Souvenir Items
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