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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Le Sacre des Orientaux - Limited Edition Coffret c2005

Le Sacre des Orientaux -The name means "The Rite of Orientals." Limited edition coffret containing 20 ml extraits (parfum) of Shalimar, L'Heure Bleue and Samsara, each quadrilobe flacon is adorned with a single genuine Swarovski crystal strung onto the baudruchage. As you can see from the photo below, Samsara is tied with red cords, Shalimar is tied with navy blue cords and L'Heure Bleue is tied with royal blue cords, each color is respective of the traditional colors associated with each perfume. This boxed set was exclusively available for purchase at the opening of the newly renovated Guerlain flagship store in 2005, with only 69 pieces created.


photo by Coriolon at parfumo

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