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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

c2008 180 Year Anniversary Flacon (Shalimar Yellow Gold)

To celebrate 180 years in business, Guerlain presented Shalimar in a limited edition flacon. In the year of the 180th anniversary of existence of Guerlain (2008), beautiful flacon titled "Shalimar Yellow Gold" and is in eau de toilette concentration.

The new, golden edition is very appropriate for the enviable anniversary the house is celebrating: opulent and special, created in a matte gold colour.

Another special numbered limited edition was made for the Extrait de Parfum for Shalimar, this 30ml bottle was also covered in a matte gold finish, it retailed for 278 euros.

It is important to note that there has been no change in the juice, only the bottle is different.

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