Clive Christian Perfume Spray

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    More Details Clive Christian "C" for Women Perfume Spray, 1.7 oz./ 50 mL Details "C" for Women embraces the Clive Christian Perfume House accord of Rose and Jasmine Absolute, yet here it is pushed to crescendo in union with Violet and Tuberose to reveal a perfume brimming with voluptuousness and dangerous pleasure. Top Notes: Bergamot, coriander seed, lie de vin (cognac oil, wine sediment), narcisse (daffodil), geranium, mandarin, petitgrain, tagete (marigold) Heart Notes: Tuberose, jasmine, rose, violet, osmanthus (apricot aroma), ylang ylang (placed on the beds of newlyweds in Indonesia), orange flower, cistus (rock rose labdanum resin/gum with a smoky, marshy scent) Base Notes: Amber, vetiver (thin aromatic roots), vanilla, tonka bean, sandalwood, musk Violet: Viola Odorata The "flower of modesty" hides its flowers in heart shaped leaves and breathes a sweet, flirty scent as the Iodine present in the flowers turns off the ability for humans to smell the scent for moments at a time. The favorite flower of Josephine Bonaparte, Napoleon sent violet bouquets to her on each anniversary as a symbol of his ceaseless devotion. When Josephine died Napoleon kept violets and a lock of Josephine's hair in a locket, which he wore to the end of his life. Smells Like: Earthy, mossy, sweet, dry. Tuberose: Polianthes Tuberosa Nothing captures the essence of tuberose better than its meaning in the Victorian language of flowers, signifying dangerous pleasure and voluptuousness. A fusion of white petals and warm skin and an arresting sensual and heady fragrance. A night-blooming plant called "Ye Lai Xiang" in Mandarin or "fragrance that comes at night" requiring 3,600 pounds of blossoms to produce one pound of the absolute, making tuberose oil one of the most expensive in perfumery. 1.7 oz./ 50 mLDesigner
    $385.00
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    More Details Clive Christian "C" for Men Perfume Spray, 1.6 oz./ 47 mL Details "C" for Men maintains the complex character of the Clive Christian Perfume House enhanced here with treasured Saffron spice and rare Snow Lotus, bringing a dominant spirit and seductive strength throughout the perfume. Top Notes: White thyme, tea, green leaves, lemon, mate, elemi (resin with honey like, grassy, minty aroma), mandarin Heart Notes: Jasmine, rose, cardamon, raspberry, cinnamon, clove, cistus (rock rose), saffron, orris, Base Notes: oudh, amber, cedarwood, tobacco absolute, musk, vanilla, leather, cypress, treemoss, styrax, costus (snow lotus), tonka bean, olibanum (frankincense), guaiacwood Saffron: Crocus Sativus Still the most expensive spice in the world and worth its weight in gold, Saffron has been revered since ancient times. Strewn in ancient Greece and Roman courts and theatres the treasured spice was sprinkled on the streets of Rome for Nero's entrance to the city. Adulterers of the treasured spice were condemned to death in Europe's Middle Ages by Henry 8th who held Saffron in the highest regard as a seductive essence. Smells Like: Described by connoisseurs as reminiscent of metallic honey with grassy or hay-like notes. Cultivation: Derived from the dried stigmas of the hand collected purple saffron crocus in the autumn, when fully open it takes anything from 70,000 to 250,000 flowers to make one pound of saffron. Snow Lotus: Costus Saussurea Displaying great strength through adversity "Mu Xiang" or "Snow Lotus" grows only in the rocky mountains and glaciers near the snowline about 5,000 meters above sea level and is said to promote the movement of Qi and can be used as an aphrodisiac. The legendary snow lotus has magical ability to prolong life—the inhabitants of Xinjiang have some of the longest life spans in China and the province is home to about four thousand centenarians. 1.6 oz./ 47 mLDesigner
    $385.00
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    More Details Clive Christian C Men Perfume Spray, 100 mL Details"C" for Men maintains the complex character of the Clive Christian Perfume House enhanced here with treasured Saffron spice and rare Snow Lotus, bringing a dominant spirit and seductive strength throughout the perfume. Top Notes: White thyme, tea, green leaves, lemon, mate, elemi (resin with honey like, grassy, minty aroma), mandarin Heart Notes: Jasmine, rose, cardamon, raspberry, cinnamon, clove, cistus (rock rose), saffron, orris Base Notes: oud, amber, cedarwood, tobacco absolute, musk, vanilla, leather, cypress, treemoss, styrax, costus (snow lotus), tonka bean, olibanum (frankincense), guaiac wood Saffron: Crocus Sativus Still the most expensive spice in the world and worth its weight in gold, Saffron has been revered since ancient times. Strewn in ancient Greece and Roman courts and theaters, the treasured spice was sprinkled on the streets of Rome for Nero's entrance to the city. Adulterers of the treasured spice were condemned to death in Europe's Middle Ages by Henry 8th who held Saffron in the highest regard as a seductive essence. Smells Like: Described by connoisseurs as reminiscent of metallic honey with grassy or hay-like notes. Cultivation: Derived from the dried stigmas of the hand collected purple saffron crocus in the autumn, when fully open it takes anything from 70,000 to 250,000 flowers to make one pound of saffron. Snow Lotus: Costus Saussurea Displaying great strength through adversity, "Mu Xiang" or "Snow Lotus" grows only in the rocky mountains and glaciers near the snowline—about 5,000 meters above sea level—, and is said to promote the movement of Qi and can be used as an aphrodisiac. The legendary snow lotus has magical ability to prolong life; the inhabitants of Xinjiang have some of the longest life spans in China and the province is home to about four thousand centenarians. 100 mL / 3.4 fl. oz.Designer
    $562.00
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    More Details Clive Christian C Women Perfume Spray, 3.4 oz./ 100 mL Details"C" for Women embraces the Clive Christian Perfume House accord of Rose and Jasmine Absolute, yet here it is pushed to crescendo in union with Violet and Tuberose to reveal a perfume brimming with voluptuousness and dangerous pleasure. Top Notes: Bergamot, coriander seed, lie de vin (cognac oil, wine sediment), narcisse (daffodil), geranium, mandarin, petitgrain, tagete (marigold) Heart Notes: Tuberose, jasmine, rose, violet, osmanthus (apricot aroma), ylang ylang (placed on the beds of newlyweds in Indonesia), orange flower, cistus (rock rose labdanum resin/gum with a smoky, marshy scent) Base Notes: Amber, vetiver (thin aromatic roots), vanilla, tonka bean, sandalwood, musk Violet: Viola Odorata The "flower of modesty" hides its flowers in heart-shaped leaves and breathes a sweet, flirty scent as the Iodine present in the flowers turns off the ability for humans to smell the scent for moments at a time. The favorite flower of Josephine Bonaparte, Napoleon sent violet bouquets to her on each anniversary as a symbol of his ceaseless devotion. When Josephine died Napoleon kept violets and a lock of Josephine's hair in a locket, which he wore to the end of his life. Smells Like: Earthy, mossy, sweet, dry. Tuberose: Polianthes Tuberosa Nothing captures the essence of tuberose better than its meaning in the Victorian language of flowers, signifying dangerous pleasure and voluptuousness. A fusion of white petals and warm skin and an arresting sensual and heady fragrance. A night-blooming plant called "Ye Lai Xiang" in Mandarin or "fragrance that comes at night" requiring 3,600 pounds of blossoms to produce one pound of the absolute, making tuberose oil one of the most expensive in perfumery. 100 mL / 3.4 fl. oz.Designer
    $562.00