15 Best French Label Images
In this collection I’ve put together some of my Best French Label Images from over the years. Many of these pretty Ephemera pieces were originally scanned way back in the early days of my blog and they were not the greatest quality back then, as I had no idea what I was doing at the time! I’ve dug them out of my archive drawers and have rescanned them at a high resolution and cleaned them up once again. They look very pretty on bottles and jars of course, but I’ve seen these on everything from Coasters to Pillows and so much more. They lend themselves especially well to Home Decor projects as they are quite decorative looking. Just make sure that you take the meaning of the words into account, as some are quite lovely, but the product that they advertised may be a bit embarrassing in a few cases!
Round French Label Images
This beautiful round French Label has been very popular with my readers over the years. It has the word “Sigaut” on it and it is from Paris. A French reader once commented that she believed it to have been for some type of Honey Cake or Candy. So a sweet treat of some sort and a sweet graphic design to go with it! I love the blue and gold color combo, such a wonderfully ornate label.
Next we have this charming round Rillettes de Tours label, which I believe is some type of meat spread or pate for sandwiches. The aqua, gold and red color combo is quite striking on this one! I love the beaded inner frame and all the fancy bits on this one as well.
This is another French Pate Label. Rilettes D’oie as the label says. In soft colors of cream and gold. In the center is a Phoenix Bird rising from the ashes. A lovely little round label!
Here is another powder themed one. This one is for an Antiseptic powder for children. I never knew what this one was for, but just googled it and it turns out it’s a product for Lice! Eeek! Not very romantic is it? Haha! There is a picture of a little girl in the center. And it is in 2 languages, French and Dutch.
This next one is one of my all time favorites. It’s a fabulous round French Pharmacy Label that has never been used. It’s so decorative looking! There are some lines in the center where you could write a little text on it if you would like.
French Soap and Perfume Label Images
This one is such a beauty! This pretty Ephemera piece was used for Soap. It has a beautiful Yellow and Red color combo on it and some very fancy text.
Next we have a plain and simple Savon (Soap) Label. Just a lovely creamy colored piece with smart looking black writing on it.
This next one is for a Disinfectant type Soap from a Paris Pharmacie. I love the shape of this one and the fancy monograms on either side of it. Such a charming old fashioned piece of Ephemera.
Here we have a sweet, although somewhat generic French Cologne label. This one is done in Pink and Red, with touches of Gold. There are 2 darling Cherubs hiding out in the Fancy French Design on this one.
This lovely piece was used to wrap some Parisian Fern Soap. I have never heard of Fern Soap, but it sounds so lovely and refreshing! In the center we see a charming Art Deco Style Design with 3 Green Fern Fronds. The red and white pattern along the outside of the design is quite pretty.
This is another pretty little Perfume Label. This one is by Giraud Fils in Paris. This brand seems to pop up from time to time, I believe I have others on this site somewhere. It may have been a popular brand back then. I like the ornate text and the red and black lettering on the creamy paper background.
Here is a chic looking little Ephemera bit! This one is for Limonade Purgative. So basically it’s a laxative label. Only the French can make a laxative label look so lovely!
And here we have a lovely French label from Dr Vanier in Paris. It seems to be some type of Remedy or Medicine label. It looks quite old and has wonderful decorative red border, with matching corner ornaments on it. The body of the piece is yellow with fancy black text on it.
I hope you enjoyed this charming curated collection! You might also like our Ephemera Archives HERE for more lovely pieces like these.