Note: Please understand that this website is not affiliated with the D'Orsay company in any way, it is only a reference page for collectors and those who have enjoyed the D'Orsay fragrances.


The goal of this website is to show the present owners of the D'Orsay company how much we miss the discontinued classics and hopefully, if they see that there is enough interest and demand, they will bring back the perfume!


Please leave a comment below (for example: of why you liked the perfume, describe the scent, time period or age you wore it, who gave it to you or what occasion, any specific memories), who knows, perhaps someone from the company might see it.

List of Perfumes

The perfumes of D'Orsay:
  • 1865 Eau de Bouquet
  • 1902 Rose
  • 1902 Violette
  • 1908 Etiquette Bleue
  • 1908 La Rose D'Orsay
  • 1909 Toujours Fidele
  • 1910 Fleur de France
  • 1910 Eau de Cologne D'Orsay
  • 1910 Eau de Cologne Russe
  • 1910 Cherry Blossom
  • 1911 Ambre D'Orsay
  • 1911 Chevalier D'Orsay
  • 1911 Meggy
  • 1911 Milord
  • 1912 Chypre
  • 1912 Bijour
  • 1912 Poesie
  • 1912 Les Roses
  • 1912 Rose D'Orsay Ambree
  • 1912 Leurs Ames
  • 1912 Muguet
  • 1912 Panier des Roses
  • 1912 Chevalier A la Rose
  • 1912 Eau de Cologne du Chevalier, reintroduced in 1949
  • 1913 Cyclamen
  • 1913 Leur Coeur
  • 1913 Les Lys Bonheur
  • 1913 Le Porte de Bonheur
  • 1913 La Flambee
  • 1913 L'Ambre
  • 1913 Parfum D'Antan
  • 1914 L'Eau de Bouquet
  • 1914 Ambre D'Orsay
  • 1914 Les Fleurs
  • 1914 Grinette
  • 1914 L'Elegance
  • 1914 Les Roses D'Orsay
  • 1914 Bouquet D'Orsay
  • 1914 L'Aveu
  • 1914 Le Secret
  • 1914 Le Succes
  • 1915 Mystere
  • 1918 Camelia D'Orsay
  • 1919 Fleurette Bleue
  • 1919 Roses D'Orsay
  • 1919 Ganika, Essence de I'Inde Mysterieuse
  • 1920 Amphitrite
  • 1920 Charme D'Orsay
  • 1920 Jasmin du Japon
  • 1920 Grace
  • 1920 Fleurette Bleue
  • 1920 Lydis D'Orsay
  • 1920 Triomphe
  • 1922 Illusion
  • 1922 Le Dandy
  • 1923 Badinage
  • 1923 Fleur Perverse
  • 1923 Jasmin
  • 1923 Janika
  • 1923 Muguet
  • 1923 Nuit Persane
  • 1923 Yanika
  • 1924 Belliora
  • 1924 Prairie D'Orsay
  • 1925 Camellias
  • 1925 Eau de Cologne
  • 1925 Eau de Rose
  • 1925 Eau de Toilette
  • 1925 Lotus d'Egypt
  • 1925 Parfums Mademoiselle
  • 1925 Gavotte
  • 1925 Ambre
  • 1925 Les Lys
  • 1925 Parfum Madame
  • 1925 Les Fleurs d'Orsay
  • 1926 Mimosa
  • 1927 Le Dandy
  • 1928 Duo D'Orsay
  • 1928 Lilas
  • 1930 Rose Blanche
  • 1930 Le Reve
  • 1931 D'Anton
  • 1931 Le Jardin
  • 1931 Renommee
  • 1931 Comtesse D'Orsay
  • 1932 Milord, reintroduced in 1948
  • 1932 Casino
  • 1933 Siber
  • 1935 Trophee
  • 1935 Bouquet Leur Coeur
  • 1936 Flacon Armes
  • 1936 Gardenia
  • 1937 Eau de Dandy
  • 1938 Belle de Jour
  • 1938 Intoxication
  • 1940 Pirouette
  • 1941 Cherry Blossom
  • 1942 Intoxication d'Amour
  • 1943 Arome 3, reintroduced in 1958
  • 1946 Alarme
  • 1947 Divine
  • 1953 Fantastique
  • 1955 Tilleul
  • 1958 Arome 2
  • 1958 Toiletries Tilleul
  • 1959 Elegance
  • 1960 Voulez Vous
  • 1969 Eau Fringante
  • 1973 Chevalier
  • 1973 Nomade
  • 1988 Le Dandy
  • 1992 Etiquette Bleue
  • 1995 Aroma 3 Tradition
  • 1997 Intoxication d'Amour
  • 1999 Tilleul Friction de Nuit
  • 2006 Intoxication, reformulated and relaunched
  • 2010 L'Intrigante
  • 2010 Le Dandy, reformulation and relaunched
  • 2012 Tilleul Pour La Nuit
  • 2014 Ambre et Musc
  • 2014 Oud et Bois

The following perfumes have been located, but I am unsure of their launch dates:
  • Amelia
  • Circe
  • Madam
  • Sans Adieu
  • La Finette
  • Tamaris
  • Royal Origan
  • Fee d'Orsay
  • Elegance
  • Le Succes
  • Intrigue
  • Ylang-Ylang
  • Heliotrope Blanc
  • Came
  • Violette Ambree
  • Foin Coupe
  • Violette de Parme
  • Eau de Lavande
  • Serenate
  • Roselys
  • Interessant
  • Violette Bianca


A 1928 article from The Pittsburgh press reads:
 "A D'Orsay perfume set from Paris $35.00. Including perfume, toilet water and face powder in the popular Toujours Fidele odeur. The blossom pattern bottles designed by the famous Lalique."
However, the bottle was not designed by Lalique, it was design by Lucien Gaillard, Lalique's friend. 

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