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J.F. Schwarzlose Parfums Berlin

SCHWARZLOSE AND ANCESTOR

TRADITION AND QUALITY SINCE 1856

The series of new perfumes by J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin includes creations that function like a mirror for modern Berlin. Designed for fragrance connoisseurs and individualists, they are confident without having to be loud. They are cosmopolitan and timeless, original and authentic and at the same time beyond any mainstream attitude.

1856

The piano-maker Joachim Friedrich Schwarzlose set up a chemist’s shop and colonial goods shop with the hope that the lucrative business could provide a good future for his eleven children. The company J.F.Schwarzlose Söhne was located close to Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin.

J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin 1 A-33
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin Trance
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin Rausch
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin 1 A-33
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin Trance
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin

1869

1869, the Schwarzlose family acquires the title of royal purveyor to the court. The sons Max and Franz build up their own brands and leave the main share of J.F. Schwarzlose Söhne to their sister and her husband.

1875

1875, the product range of the J.F. Schwarzlose Söhne brand is gradually expanded and other cosmetic articles are offered in addition to fine perfumes.

Max Gertrud Senior
Schwarzlose Plakat
Schwarzlose Aureol
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin
Max Gertrud Senior
J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin

1902

In 1902, Paul Köthner, together with Max and Franz Schwarzlose, took over the competitor Treu & Nuglisch. The factory in Dreysestraße 5 became a new production site. After 1902, the business was expanded internationally by Paul’s, son Ernst Köthner. Exports to the Chinese Imperial Court brought them increased revenue even during the First World War.

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J.F. Schwarzlose Parfum Berlin Altruist

1917

Company vehicle in front of the factory in Moabit, 1917. The company logo and the words Rosa Centifolia can be seen on the delivery truck. According to historical accounts, the truck was painted a striking shade of pink for advertising purposes. On 1 October 1907, standardised automobile license plates were introduced for countries within the German Empire. The territory of Prussia was assigned the Roman numeral I and the administrative district Berlin was assigned the letter A. Within Berlin, numbers from 1 to 20 were issued in 1920, including 3 for the district of Wedding and 33 for the sub-district of Moabit. J.F.SCHWARZLOSE SÖHNE used the local license plate assigned to its production location as the name for its scent creation IA–33, a modern scent for sporty, car-loving women.

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1930

In 1930, Werner Köthner took over the management of the company. He was killed in 1943 as a result of the Nazi regime’s repression. The factory and the business were reduced to ashes in the final days of the war.

1951

In 1951, the widow Anni Köthner rebuilt the factory in Berlin-Moabit using funds from the Marshall Plan. In 1975, she gave up the business as a result of the Berlin Senate’s decision that Moabit would be turned into a strictly residential district. In 1929, inflation forced Franz Schwarzlose’s company to restrict itself to retail commerce, but it continued under the leadership of his son Eduard In 1965, Franz’s grandson Peter Schwarzlose sold Max Schwarzlose’s company to Mouson.

2012

The company was closed in 1976, but was revived in 2012 and is now once again a leader in the perfume industry.

J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin 1A-33 Eau de Parfum