The Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, an international celebration to mark the 60th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II to the thrones of seven countries is now in almost full swing as the remarkable day of 2nd June is coming closer. And, to mark her Diamond Jubilee on the throne, many of the luxury brands have come up with something extraordinary, like the Jaeger-LeCoultre gifts iconic 101 jewelry watch to her Majesty and Asprey recreated Queen’s crown in 3D. And, now to mark this momentous and historical occasion, one of Britain’s oldest perfume houses founded in 1730 and Queen Elizabeth II’s own appointed perfumer, Floris London has unveiled the original ‘Royal Arms’ perfume recipe and created an exclusive adaptation of this historically special perfume, which has then been poured into six antique crystal bottles.
Historically, the Floris family created a perfume to celebrate the birth of King Georges V’s first grandchild, Elizabeth, and the fragrance was named ‘Royal Arms’. The heart of this poised floral fragrance comes from the rose, the queen of flowers, and the essence of rose is equalized in a bouquet of jasmine, hints of sweet violet and iris with ylang ylang. Further, the lemon and bergamot lifts the perfumes heart, which is warmed by a nostalgic powdery base of amber, vanilla, musk and patchouli.
Dating back to 1990s, the crystal bottle is a rare and classic dressing table piece, and is dressed simply with a 50 point Fairtrade white diamond, which is hand-set by a jeweler in London. Also, the 18 carat solid gold decoration suspended on a delicate chain is finished with a hallmark charm engraved ‘Royal Arms’.
Out of limited edition of 6 bottles, one will go to her Majesty, while the other five are exclusively available from 89 Jermyn Street shop at a price of $23,500.
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