The Art of Perfumery, and Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants
With Instructions for the Manufacture of Perfumes for the Handkerchief, Scented Powders, Odorous Vinegars, Dentifrices, Pomatums, Cosmetics, Perfumed Soap, Etc., to which is Added an Appendix on Preparing Artificial Fruit-Essences, Etc.
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The Art of Perfumery, and Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants With Instructions for the Manufacture of Perfumes for the Handkerchief, Scented Powders, Odorous Vinegars, Dentifrices, Pomatums, Cosmetics, Perfumed Soap, Etc., to which is Added an Appendix on Preparing Artificial Fruit-Essences, Etc.

By G. W. Septimus Piesse
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  • The Art
    • OF
  • PERFUMERY,
    • AND METHOD OF OBTAINING THE ODORS OF PLANTS.
    • THE ART OF PERFUMERY,
      • AND METHOD OF OBTAINING THE ODORS OF PLANTS,
        • WITH INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF PERFUMES FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF, SCENTED POWDERS, ODOROUS VINEGARS, DENTIFRICES, POMATUMS, COSMETIQUES, PERFUMED SOAP, ETC. WITH AN APPENDIX ON THE COLORS OF FLOWERS, ARTIFICIAL FRUIT ESSENCES, ETC. ETC.
        • AUTHOR OF THE "ODORS OF FLOWERS," ETC. ETC.
    • Preface.
    • Contents.
      • Preface SECTION I.
        • INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY.
      • SECTION II.
      • SECTION III.
      • SECTION IV.
        • ANIMAL PERFUMES.
      • SECTION V.
      • SECTION VI.
        • BOUQUETS AND NOSEGAYS.
      • SECTION VII.
      • SECTION VIII.
        • PERFUMED SOAP.
      • SECTION IX.
        • EMULSINES.
      • SECTION X.
        • MILKS OR EMULSIONS.
      • SECTION XI.
        • COLD CREAM.
      • SECTION XII.
        • POMADES AND OILS.
      • SECTION XIII.
        • HAIR DYES AND DEPILATORIES.
      • SECTION XIV.
        • ABSORBENT POWDERS.
      • SECTION XV.
        • TOOTH POWDERS AND MOUTH WASHES.
      • SECTION XVI.
        • HAIR WASHES.
    • Contents of Appendix.
    • Illustrations.
    • THE ART OF PERFUMERY.
    • INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY.
      • SECTION I.
    • SECTION II.
    • SECTION III.
      • Lebanon Cedar Wood. (For the Handkerchief.)
      • Imitation Eglantine, or Essence of Sweet Briar.
      • Extract of Heliotrope.
      • Smyth's Lavender.
      • Essence of Lavender.
      • Lavender Water.—Take:
      • Imitation "Lily of the Valley."
      • Imitation "Essence of Magnolia."
      • Eau de Botot.
      • Imitation Essence of Myrtle.
      • Lisbon Water.
      • Eau de Portugal.
      • Extract of Orris,
      • Extract of Patchouly.
      • Imitation of the Essence of Sweet Pea.
      • Imitation Essence of Clove Pink.
      • Esprit de Rose Triple.
      • Essence of Moss Rose.
      • Essence of White Rose.
      • Essence of Tea Rose.
      • Hungary Water.
      • Extrait de Bois de Santal.
      • Extract of Tonquin.
      • Extract of Tuberose.
      • Extract of Vanilla.
      • Extract of Verbena.
      • Extrait de Verveine.
      • A good Imitation Essence of Violets is best prepared thus—
      • Essence of Volkameria.
      • An Imitation Essence of Wallflower can be compounded thus:—
      • Iceland Winter Green.
      • Quantities of Essential Oils, or Ottos, Paying 1s. per Pound Duty, entered for Home Consumption in the Year 1852.
    • SECTION IV.
      • PERFUMES OF ANIMAL ORIGIN.
        • Essence of Ambergris
        • Extrait d'Ambre.
        • Extract of Musk.
        • Extrait de Musc.
    • SECTION V.
      • Eau de Luce.
      • Aromatic Vinegar.
      • Henry's Vinegar.
      • Vinaigre a la Rose.
      • Vinaigre des quatre Voleurs, or Four Thieves' Vinegar.
      • Hygienic or Preventive Vinegar.
      • Toilet Vinegar (à la Violette).
      • Toilet Vinegar (à la Rose).
      • Vinaigre de Cologne.
    • SECTION VI.
      • BOUQUETS AND NOSEGAYS.
        • The Alhambra Perfume.
        • The Bosphorus Bouquet.
        • Bouquet d'Amour.
        • Bouquet des Fleurs du Val d'Andorre.
        • Buckingham Palace Bouquet.
        • Bouquet de Caroline; also called Bouquet des Delices.
        • The Court Nosegay.
        • Eau de Chypre.
        • Empress Eugenie's Nosegay.
        • Esterhazy Bouquet.
        • Ess Bouquet.
        • Eau de Cologne. (La première qualité.)
        • Eau de Cologne. (La deuxième qualité.)
        • Flowers of Erin.
        • Royal Hunt Bouquet.
        • Bouquet de Flora; otherwise, Extract of Flowers.
        • The Guards' Bouquet.
        • Fleur d'Italie; or Italian Nosegay.
        • Jockey Club Bouquet. (English formula.)
        • Jockey Club Bouquet. (French formula.)
        • A Japanese Perfume.
        • Kew Garden Nosegay.
        • Eau des Millefleurs
        • Millefleurs et Lavender
        • Decroix's Milleflower Lavender.
        • Bouquet du Marechale.
        • Eau de Mousselaine.
        • Bouquet de Montpellier.
        • Caprice de la Mode.
        • May Flowers.
        • Neptune, or Naval Nosegay.
        • Bouquet of all Nations.
        • Isle of Wight Bouquet.
        • Bouquet du Roi.
        • Bouquet de la Reine.
      • Rondeletia.
        • Essence of Rondeletia.
        • Bouquet Royal.
        • Suave.
        • Spring Flowers.
        • Tulip Nosegay.
        • Violette des Bois.
        • Windsor Castle Bouquet.
        • Yacht Club Bouquet.
    • SECTION VII.
      • Sachet Powders.
        • Sachet au Cypre.
        • Sachet a la Frangipanne.
        • Heliotrope Sachet.
        • Lavender Sachet.
        • Sachet a la Marechale.
        • Sachet a la Mousselaine.
        • Millefleur Sachet.
        • Portugal Sachet.
        • Patchouly Sachet.
        • Pot Pourri.
      • Olla Podrida.
        • Rose Sachet.
        • Santal-wood Sachet.
        • Sachet (without a name).
        • Vervain Sachet.
        • Vitivert Sachet.
        • Violet Sachet.
        • Peau d'Espagne.
        • Perfumed Letter-Paper.
        • Perfumed Book-markers.
        • Cassolettes and Printaniers.
        • Pastils.
        • The Censer.
        • Indian, or Yellow Pastils.
        • Dr. Paris's Pastils.
        • Perfumer's Pastils.
        • Piesse's Pastils.
        • The Perfume Lamp.
        • Eau a Bruler.
        • Eau pour Bruler.
        • Fumigating Paper.
    • SECTION VIII.
      • PERFUMED SOAP.
        • Almond Soap.
        • Camphor Soap.
        • Honey Soap.
        • White Windsor Soap.
        • Brown Windsor Soap.
        • Sand Soap.
        • Fuller's Earth Soap.
        • Scenting Soaps hot.
        • Scenting Soaps cold.
        • Otto of Rose Soap. (To retail at 10s. per pound.)
        • Tonquin Musk Soap.
        • Orange-Flower Soap.
        • Santal-wood Soap.
        • Spermaceti Soap.
        • Citron Soap.
        • Frangipanne Soap.
        • Patchouly Soap.
        • Saponaceous Cream of Almonds.
        • Soap Powders.
        • Rypophagon Soap.
        • Ambrosial Cream.
        • Transparent Soft Soap.
        • Transparent Hard Soap.
        • Juniper Tar Soap.
        • Medicated Soaps.
    • SECTION IX.
      • EMULSINES.
        • Amandine.
        • Olivine.
        • Honey and Almond Paste. (Pâte d'Amande au Miel.)
        • Almond Paste.
        • Almond Meal.
        • Pistachio Nut Meal, or any other Nut.
        • Emulsin au Jasmin.
        • Emulsin a le Violette.
    • SECTION X.
      • MILK, OR EMULSIONS.
        • Milk of Roses.
        • Milk of Almonds.
        • Milk of Elder.
        • Milk of Dandelion.
        • Milk of Cucumber.
        • Essence of Cucumbers.
        • Creme de Pistache. (Milk of Pistachio Nuts.)
        • Lait Virginal.
        • Extract of Elder Flowers.
    • SECTION XI.
      • COLD CREAM.
        • Rose Cold Cream.
        • Cold Cream of Almonds
        • Violet Cold Cream.
        • Violet Cold Cream. Imitation.
        • Tubereuse, Jasmine, and Fleur d'Orange Cold Creams.
        • Camphor Cold Cream. (Otherwise Camphor Ice.)
        • Cucumber Cold Cream. (Crême de Concombre.)
        • Pivers' Pomade of Cucumber.
        • Pomade Divine.
        • Almond Balls.
        • Camphor Balls.
        • Camphor Paste.
        • Glycerine Balsam.
        • Rose Lip Salve.
        • White Lip Salve.
        • Common Lip Salve
    • SECTION XII.
      • POMADES AND OILS.
        • Benzoin Pomade and Oil.
        • Vanilla Oil and Pomade.
        • Pomade called Bear's Grease.
        • Circassian Cream.
        • Balsam of Flowers.
        • Crystallized Oil. (First quality).
        • Crystallized Oil. (Second quality.)
        • Castor Oil Pomatum.
        • Balsam of Neroli.
        • Marrow Cream.
        • Marrow Pomatum.
        • Common Violet Pomatum.
        • Pomade Double, Millefleurs.
        • Pomade a la Heliotrope.
        • Huile Antique. (A la Heliotrope.)
      • Philocome.
        • Philocome. (First quality.)
        • Philocome. (Second quality.)
        • Fluid Philocome.
        • Pommade Hongroise. (For the Moustache.)
        • Hard or Stick Pomatums.
        • Another Form,—cheaper.
        • Black and Brown Cosmetique.
    • SECTION XIII.
      • HAIR DYES AND DEPILATORY.
        • Turkish Hair Dye.
        • Litharge Hair Dye.
        • Another Way.
        • Simple Silver Dye. (Otherwise "Vegetable Dye.")
        • Hair Dye, with Mordant. (Brown.)
        • Hair Dye, with Mordant. (Black.)
        • Inodorous Dye.
        • French Brown Dye.
        • Lead Dye.
        • Quick Depilatory or Rusma. (For removing hair.)
    • SECTION XIV.
      • ABSORBENT POWDERS.
        • Violet Powder.
        • Rose Face Powder.
        • Plain or Unscented Hair Powder
        • Face Powder.
        • Perle Powder.
        • Blanc de Perle
        • French Blanc
        • Liquid Blanc (for theatrical use).
        • Calcined Talc
        • Rouge and Red Paints.
        • Bloom of Roses.
        • Toilet Rouges.
        • Pink Saucers.
    • SECTION XV.
      • TOOTH POWDERS AND MOUTH WASHES.
        • Mialhe's Tooth Powder.
        • Mialhe's Dentifrice.
        • Camphorated Chalk.
        • Quinine Tooth Powder.
        • Prepared Charcoal.
        • Peruvian Bark Powder.
        • Homœopathic Chalk.
        • Cuttle Fish Powder.
        • Borax and Myrrh Tooth Powder.
        • Farina Piesse's Powder.
        • Rose Tooth Powder.
        • Opiate Tooth Paste.
      • MOUTH WASHES.
        • Violet Mouth Wash.
        • Eau Botot.
        • Botanic Styptic.
        • Tincture of Myrrh and Borax.
        • Tincture of Myrrh with Eau de Cologne.
        • Camphorated Eau de Cologne.
    • SECTION XVI.
      • HAIR WASHES.
        • Rosemary Water.
        • Rosemary Hair Wash.
        • Athenian Water.
        • Vegetable or Botanic Extract.
        • Astringent Extract of Roses and Rosemary.
        • Saponaceous Wash.
      • Bandolines.
        • Rose Bandoline.
        • Almond Bandoline
    • APPENDIX.
      • MANUFACTURE OF GLYCERINE.
      • TEST FOR ALCOHOL IN ESSENTIAL OILS.
      • DETECTION OF POPPY AND OTHER DRYING OILS IN ALMOND AND OLIVE OILS.
      • COLORING MATTER OF VOLATILE OILS.
      • ARTIFICIAL PREPARATION OF OIL OF CINNAMON.
      • DETECTION OF SPIKE OIL AND TURPENTINE IN LAVENDER OIL
      • DIFFERENT ORANGE-FLOWER WATERS FOUND IN COMMERCE
      • A FORMULA FOR CONCENTRATED ELDER-FLOWER WATER.
      • PRACTICAL REMARKS ON SPIRIT OF WINE.
      • PURIFICATION OF SPIRITS BY FILTRATION.
      • ON ESSENTIAL OIL OR OTTO OF LEMONS.
      • BENZOIC ACID, AND TESTS FOR ITS PURITY.
      • ON THE COLORING-MATTERS OF FLOWERS.
      • IMPROVED PROCESS FOR BLEACHING BEES'-WAX AND THE FATTY ACIDS.
      • CHEMICAL EXAMINATION OF NAPLES SOAP.
      • MANUFACTURE OF SOAP.
      • A SIMPLE AND CERTAIN METHOD TO DETERMINE THE COMMERCIAL VALUE OF SOAP.
      • ON THE NATURAL FATS.
      • PERFUMES AS PREVENTIVES OF MOULDINESS.
      • FUSEL OIL.
      • ESSENCE OF PINE-APPLE.
      • PREPARATION OF CRUDE PELARGONATE OF ETHYL-OXIDE (ESSENCE OF QUINCE.)
      • PREPARATION OF RUM-ETHER.
      • ARTIFICIAL FRUIT ESSENCES.
      • VOLATILE OIL OF GAULTHERIA PROCUMBENS.
      • ON THE APPLICATION OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY TO PERFUMERY.
      • CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE "JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF ARTS."[N]
        • Chemistry and Perfumery.
      • OTTOS FROM PLANTS.
        • Quantities of Ottos, otherwise Essential oils, yielded by various Plants.
      • WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
        • French Weights and Measures compared with English.
        • English Weights and Measures compared with French.
      • FOOTNOTES:
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