But the lid on my example is a gold-tone plastic just like the one above so the bottle maybe the later 1970s issue, or possibly 1960s.
But inside the bottle, the scent is pure vintage- all purring and golden glowy with a lemony rose or geranium and lily of the valley grounding it... It has a smooth 'n relaxed soapy aldehyde and musk vibe that gives it a surprisingly sensual feeling. Orgia improves skin the way butter improves bread, taking the functional and making it into something orgiastic. This is one for grown ups only but I believe many men could pull this one off as well as any women.
image: ventes su offres
Apparently Orgia has had a number of bottle style changes over the years... It looks as if the label with the three muses (which is very Nina Ricci looking, no?) is the most popular, yet I've also seen that plainer art deco style label on several bottles as well. I think the most unusual bottle presentation is the one shown above, with the name L'Orgie (perhaps an Eau de Toilette or a true flanker?) with what appear to be ocean waves or fan like foliage and a round top.
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All of the fabulous Orgia advertising images are from elorigendelmundo.blogspot.com
Orgia perfume bottle photo by Carlos Escolasico