noun, plural per·fum·er·ies.
Origin of perfumery
Examples from the Web for perfumery
Contemporary Examples of perfumery
It has, hands down, the most impressive collection of skin-care and perfumery in the world.How to Get the VIP Treatment in Moscow
February 27, 2010
Historical Examples of perfumery
She'll probably have some perfumery sent from there—to-morrow, I think.Germinie Lacerteux
Edmond and Jules de Goncourt
"It is not the kind of perfumery women-folks like to smell," he added, teasingly.When Life Was Young
C. A. Stephens
We've got up a new and superior kind of perfumery, which we sell by agents.Tom, The Bootblack
She intended to peddle with laces and curtains and perfumery.Crimes of Charity
Having an agreeable odour, it is sometimes used in perfumery.