First of all the jewellery houses to be built in the Place Vendôme in 1893, Boucheron, has never stopped illuminating the entire world with his creations, constantly renewing his inspirations following the journeys and discoveries of his gem hunters.
An expression of perfect harmony between these two arts, the new collection of six fragrances with exotic undertones traces the extraordinary history of the gem hunters.
To give each of these olfactive jewels the status they deserve, Alnoor has designed the bottles with simple and elegant lines to carefully preserve the exquisity of the essence.
These glass towers of perfect proportions are topped with a golden collar representing the emblem of Boucheron House. The Bottles are covered with a large white lid, echoing elegance of marble.
Dressed with a metal plaque which gives every fragrance his name, the heavy and transparent glass illuminates the coloured perfume : parma violet of the Iris of Syracuse, pastel yellow of the Madras tuberose, sea-green of the Neroli of Ispahan, orange-yellow of the vanilla of Zanzibar, shades of caramel of the amber of Alexandria, iced chestnut of the Oud of Carthage.
Each perfume in this collection is presented in luxurious packaging wrapped in immaculate white paper, decorated with a double golden emblem with the name inscribed on a rectangle of gold. A discrete bow of coarse grain ribbon, iconic symbol of the Boucheron House, in the colour of the fragrance allows the bottle to be identified.