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I know this is probably either hand lettered or not publicly available, but what is the closest font out there with which I can achieve a very similar effect? Thank you so much in advance to anyone who answers, this means an awful lot to me.
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For diptyque, Haarlemmer is as close as I can get (given that it is a logo, it likely has some custom refinements).

No luck IDing the all-caps serif yet...discussed on Typophile some years ago without a resolution.

I think the product names still use lettering by one of the company founders, Desmond Knox-Leet—see page 17 of this Diptyque intern training guide or this page on their website.

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This is exactly what I needed! Thank you so so much for such a thorough answer, kthomps5!