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Monday, October 14, 2013

Ebay Find! Guerlinade Limited Edition c1998

Guerlinade, originally created in 1921. This fragrance was discontinued for many years before being totally reformulated by Jean Paul Guerlain and relaunched in 1998, a floriental eau de parfum based on the House's famous perfumery accord of the same name. Only 50,000 bottles were made, 3,500 of which were bound for the U.S..

Presented as a limited edition flacon made by Baccarat, to mark the 170th anniversary of the founding of Guerlain. This perfume is available in limited edition in a bottle, which is no longer available today was designed by Robert Granai and is inspired by a bronze vase from Nepal that served during the wedding ceremonies. It contained rose water which was sprinkled onto the guests to bring them good luck.

Made up of Calabrian bergamot, Tunisian hesperides, white lilac, hyacinth, rose and jasmine from Egypt and Grasse, Mayotte vanilla, tonka bean and French iris.


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