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VINTAGE - Guerlain Guerlarose Extrait (Pure Parfum)

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NEW YORK CUSTOMERS ONLY - We can no longer ship Guerlain products to New York State.  If purchased by a New York State customer, we will refund all Guerlain items and cannot ship them.

 

The House of Guerlain is one of the oldest perfume houses in the world. It was founded in 1828 by Pierre-Francois Pascal Guerlain. Pierre-Francois composed and manufactured custom perfumes with the help of his two sons, Aime & Gabriel. Guerlain catered to the high society of Paris and had a very loyal following. The perfume house was so successful that in 1840 Guerlain decided to open a flagship store at 15, Rue de la Paix. The house was at its peak in 1853 with its fragrance Eau de Cologne Imperiale which gave Guerlain the prestigious title of His Majesty's Official Perfumer of France.  

Pierre-Francois died in 1854 and his sons took over the perfume house. Aime became the master perfumer and Gabriel managed and expanded the house. Aime created several fragrances including Fleur d'Italie, Rococo, Eau de Cologne de Coq and his greatest creation, Jicky. In 1914, Guerlain moved to 68, Champs-Elysees. 

The business was then handed down to Gabriel's sons, Jacques & Pierre. Jacques became the third master perfumer and created many fragrances during his time at Guerlain including Apres L'Ondee, Shalimar, Vol de Nuit, Mitsouko, L'Heure Bleue, Eau du Coq and Ode. A number of these fragrances are still available today. Jacques' grandson Jean-Paul became the fourth master perfumer and among his creations were Vetiver, Habit Rouge, Samsara, Nahema and Jardins de Bagatelle. 

Guerlarose is a feminine perfume that was created by Jean-Jacques Guerlain and launched in 1934. It features top notes of rose, aldehyde, lemon and bergamot; middle notes of rose, violet, jasmine and heliotrope; and a base note of almond.

From the website Monsieur Guerlain it states: "In the 1930s, Guerlain released two floral fragrances by Jean-Jacques Guerlain, called Guerlilas and Guerlarose. These names, like Guerlinade, were a nod to the Guerlain name itself, denoting that there is a special “Guerlain way” of doing things. As the name suggests, Guerlarose is all about rose. Often called the queen of flowers, rose ranks high in the Guerlinade signature, present to some degree or another in nearly all Guerlain perfumes. Roses have lemony fresh, honeyed and fruity-floral facets, and smell at once clean, powdery and endlessly romantic. The scent of rose absolute is so rich and penetrating though, that it easily overwhelms the surroundings with its feminine floral trail."

This is the original vintage extrait (pure parfum).

 

 


VINTAGE - Guerlain Guerlarose Extrait (Pure Parfum)

 

NEW YORK CUSTOMERS ONLY - We can no longer ship Guerlain products to New York State.  If purchased by a New York State customer, we will refund all Guerlain items and cannot ship them.

 

The House of Guerlain is one of the oldest perfume houses in the world. It was founded in 1828 by Pierre-Francois Pascal Guerlain. Pierre-Francois composed and manufactured custom perfumes with the help of his two sons, Aime & Gabriel. Guerlain catered to the high society of Paris and had a very loyal following. The perfume house was so successful that in 1840 Guerlain decided to open a flagship store at 15, Rue de la Paix. The house was at its peak in 1853 with its fragrance Eau de Cologne Imperiale which gave Guerlain the prestigious title of His Majesty's Official Perfumer of France.  

Pierre-Francois died in 1854 and his sons took over the perfume house. Aime became the master perfumer and Gabriel managed and expanded the house. Aime created several fragrances including Fleur d'Italie, Rococo, Eau de Cologne de Coq and his greatest creation, Jicky. In 1914, Guerlain moved to 68, Champs-Elysees. 

The business was then handed down to Gabriel's sons, Jacques & Pierre. Jacques became the third master perfumer and created many fragrances during his time at Guerlain including Apres L'Ondee, Shalimar, Vol de Nuit, Mitsouko, L'Heure Bleue, Eau du Coq and Ode. A number of these fragrances are still available today. Jacques' grandson Jean-Paul became the fourth master perfumer and among his creations were Vetiver, Habit Rouge, Samsara, Nahema and Jardins de Bagatelle. 

Guerlarose is a feminine perfume that was created by Jean-Jacques Guerlain and launched in 1934. It features top notes of rose, aldehyde, lemon and bergamot; middle notes of rose, violet, jasmine and heliotrope; and a base note of almond.

From the website Monsieur Guerlain it states: "In the 1930s, Guerlain released two floral fragrances by Jean-Jacques Guerlain, called Guerlilas and Guerlarose. These names, like Guerlinade, were a nod to the Guerlain name itself, denoting that there is a special “Guerlain way” of doing things. As the name suggests, Guerlarose is all about rose. Often called the queen of flowers, rose ranks high in the Guerlinade signature, present to some degree or another in nearly all Guerlain perfumes. Roses have lemony fresh, honeyed and fruity-floral facets, and smell at once clean, powdery and endlessly romantic. The scent of rose absolute is so rich and penetrating though, that it easily overwhelms the surroundings with its feminine floral trail."

This is the original vintage extrait (pure parfum).

 

 

$19.99

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