Sunday, February 21, 2010


Here are two lovely, wooden bottles of Myrtlewood perfume that were owned by my Great Grandmother Delia and passed down to me by my Grandmother Goldie.

They came from the House of Myrtlewood in Oregon a woodworking business started in 1929 by William Beaumont. It's now known as the Oregon Connection and still in business.

Myrtlewood is a broad leaf evergreen native to Oregon and Northwestern California.

If you left click on the link above (highlighted in orange) and go to their website you can purchase a modern day version filled with myrtle perfume for $13.25.