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per·fum·er

 (pər-fyo͞o′mər)
n.
One who makes or sells perfumes.

perfumer

(pəˈfjuːmə) or

perfumier

n
(Commerce) a person who makes or sells perfume

per•fum•er

(pərˈfyu mər, ˈpɜr fyu-)

n.
1. a maker or seller of perfumes.
2. a person or thing that perfumes.
[1565–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.perfumer - a person who makes (and sells) perfumesperfumer - a person who makes (and sells) perfumes
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
Translations
Parfümeur

perfumer

n (= maker)Parfümeur(in) m(f); (= seller)Parfümhändler(in) m(f); (= device)Parfümzerstäuber m
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Coty probably saw some of Lalique's decorative flasks in the shop window and, in 1907, the perfumier commissioned him to design decorative stoppers and labels for his Masque de Femme otherwise plain scent bottles.
THE PERFUMER For her third scent, Rihanna approached legendary perfumier Harry Fremont of Firmenich.
Clearly the Frangipanis got about, as it was a French courtier and perfumier to Louis XIII, named Frangipani, whose name was given to the flowering Plumeria trees of the tropics, whose scent is often compared to sweet almonds.
5) Light relief was provided by tacked-on film clips: Fred Astaire dancing (bizarre), the master perfumier who smelt out caves (endearing), the spear-throwing demonstration (admirable), a white crocodile swimming (baffling).
It's rich in historic diversions and there's plenty to see before you tie on your apron: Bayeux and its tapestry; Granville - former home and flower garden inspiration to the perfumier Christian Dior; Magnificent Mont- Saint-Michel erupting out of the plain.
Among the independent domestic retailers he sourced were a clothing company in Annan in the Borders, a woman who buys sheep bound for slaughter to provide knittinggrannies with wool, a 300-year-old bespoke perfumier in London and a teashop in Cornwall which sells English-grown Darjeeling tea.