Note: Please understand that this website is not affiliated with the Lentheric company in any way, it is only a reference page for collectors and those who have enjoyed the Lentheric fragrances.
The goal of this website is to show the present owners of the Lentheric company how much we miss the discontinued classics and hopefully, if they see that there is enough interest and demand, they will bring back your favorite perfume!
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Tweed by Lentheric: launched in 1933. It was released under the name Risque Tout when exported to Europe, Central and South America.
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Pampa Daily News, 1936:
"Lentheric's Evening Bag elegance. LENTHERIC has created "Boursette"—a dainty wisp of a bag to accompany you on festive occasions. Metallic threads weave a leafy tracery over a background of either white or black brocade. Fitted with double streamline vanity, matching lipstick, and petit flacon of perfume. Also comb and mirror. Complete — $10."
Harper's Bazaar - Volume 71, 1937:
"Boursette". Envelope evening bag, in White or Black Lame, fitted with parfum Tweed, single Streamline Vanity and matching Lipstick $12.50."
Asphodele by Lentheric: launched in 1926, pronounced "As Fo Del". Asphodele refers to the species of daffodil that grow around the Mediterranean and a species growing on both the coasts of Brittany and Galicia. In the ancient times, the daffodils were often used to bloom the grave of the dead, where the legend of Asphodel Meadow , instead of Hades in Greek mythology . I have read that the actual asphodele plant has no scent.