Jaguar Crystal I
Limited Edition of 1000 pieces
Eau de Parfum, 60 ml (2 Fl. Oz.)
The designers from the Lalique factory have deliberately chosen a sleek and elegant form for the lines of the JAGUAR CRISTAL I crystal bottle, in order to highlight the elements of the glass artistry. The result is a strikingly simple, unadorned bottle that nonetheless makes an incomparably distinguished and luxurious impact and in this respect mirrors the shapely contours of the Jaguar car. The unmistakable Jaguar poised to pounce is placed optically in the centre. Shimmering glass, a modern design and a fragrance of precious wood and the finest leather: The result is an elegant, sensual and masculine fragrance creation, which is distinguished by a powerful aura.
- 2011 Limited Edition
- Eau de Parfum
- Crystal Flacon
- Limited edition of 1000 pieces, piece delivered with a certificate of authenticity
- Handcrafted in France
Contains: ALCOHOL DENAT. ; PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) ; AQUA (WATER) ; ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE ; BUTYL METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE ; ETHYLHEXYL SALICYLATE ; BHT.
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Initiated by Marie-Claude Lalique to celebrate the birth of her perfume, Limited, Numbered and Signed Editions of Collector's Flacons have become an annual event since 1994. Initially dedicated to feminine perfumes, these prestigious editions were subsequently joined by their male counterparts in 1997. The mascots have inspired the Lalique Pour Homme flacons.
- Orris Butter
- White Cedarwood
This truly elegant fragrance opens with a fresh and charismatic invitation of orris butter and white cedar wood. The heart notes of patchouli and papyrus oil awake your senses and set the state of seduction. A rich base formed with vanilla and musk creates the perfect finishing touches of this irresistible perfume.
The extraordinary skill of the region's glassmakers brought René Lalique to the Northern Vosges. Today, nearly two hundred men and women still put their dexterity and knowledge at the service of creation. Discover