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Reinterpreted Perfume Of History
With its unique fragrance with scents that are simultaneously green, fresh and floral, Hameau de la Reine will take you to the heart of the Queen’s Hameau to live again these great moments of emotion.
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Following the example of the Prince de Condé in Chantilly, Marie-Antoinette wants to have her own little village to enjoy the pleasures of the countryside with her children. Her aspiration for a rural paradise in somewhat a result of the Enlightenment. The Queen had her Hameau built in Versailles in 1783, going against the traditions of the old Royal Court.
Head notes : Bergamot, blackcurrant bud, tomato leaf, fig leaf
Heart notes : Rose, galbanum, peony, geranium, mock orange, ivy
Base notes : Vetiver, patchouli, white wood, musk, honey
|Historicity :||reformulation et réinterprétation de compositions historiques à base de tubéreuse, inspirées par les carnets de composition et les recommandations des Grands Parfumeurs d’Art de l’époque de Marie-Antoinette, dont Jean-Louis Fargeon.|
|Concentration :||Eau de toilette|
|Capacity :||15ml, 50 ml et 100 ml|
|Composition :||Essential Oils from Fair Trade|
|Place of production :||France|
|Perfumer of Art :||Bertrand Duchaufour|
|Publisher of the Fragrance of Art :||HISTORIAE, Manufacture of Perfumes of Art and History|
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