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2011 Le Crystal Perfume, 3.3 oz./ 100 mL

Lalique2011 Le Crystal Perfume, 3.3 oz./ 100 mL

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The flacon's surface, with its unique undulations, puts the exceptional know-how of our master glassmakers to the test when removing it from its mold.

The master glassmaker skillfully takes a portion of molten crystal from the crucible, mouth-blows the sphere, and then polishes it with unrivaled finesse.

The stopper is pressed by hand, and a final annealing step brings out its unique red color. Sealed with a traditional bladdering and adorned with golden thread, this flacon holds the exquisite fragrance Lalique de Lalique, a musky, floral bouquet created in 1992.

The composition opens with a bouquet of feminine blossoming white flowers, majestic rose, spirited jasmine, elegant iris and delicate stock. Its keen heart quivers with tangy, fruity aromas: a pear drenched with light, the explosive green of blackcurrant leaf, and the crispness of wild blackberry. Then the fragrance is heightened by a sensual note that blends the deep vibration of mysore sandalwood with a veil of vanilla, beautifully enriched by the touch of white musks.

This marriage of noble ingredients, always perfectly up-to-date, continues to attract any seductress with a taste for sophisticated perfumes.

3.3 oz./ 100 mL

About Lalique
A renowned name during the Art Deco movement, Lalique has continued to create exquisite crystal pieces for modern times. In 1926, Rene Lalique began manufacturing satin-finished vases, bowls, and statuettes. Today, his fine tradition endures with themes ranging from classical forms to ultramodern designs.
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