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René Lalique began his career as a jeweler at a time when intense design and the profusion of precious stones and metals were a standard. His revolutionary creations made him the master of Art Nouveau jewelry. He did not hesitate to make use both of horn, ivory, semiprecious stones, enamel and, of course, glass, which he combined with gold and precious metals. 

Lalique Les Compositions Parfumees Bronze

  • Eau de Parfum

  • Top Notes: Rhubarb, Bergamot
    Heart Notes: Geranium, Oud, Arabian jasmine
    Base Notes: Ambergris, Patchouli, Vetiver

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