J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin
The German company J.F. Schwarzlose & Sohne was founded in 1856 by manufacturer of musical instruments Joachim Friedrich Schwarzlose, as a family pharmacy business for his sons. However, over time his sons created their own business, in addition to the family pharmacy in Markgrafenstrasse 9 in Berlin, namely the business of creating fragrances.
The family earned a pretty good reputation among the imperial and royal personages, survived the Great Depression and endured two world wars. However, the J.F. Schwarzlose company (like many other German companies of that period) faltered after World War II and was declared defunct in 1976, leaving behind only a lot of archives and memories.
In November 2012 this German brand was restored and returned to the market, with the launch of four fragrances inspired by classic scents of the house, but designed in conjunction with perfumer Veronique Nyberg to appeal to a modern consumer.
Designer J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin has 7 perfumes in our fragrance base. J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin is a new fragrance brand. The earliest edition was created in 2012 and the newest is from 2015. J.F. Schwarzlose Berlin fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Veronique Nyberg and Véronique Nyberg.