1872 Masculine by Clive Christian
- Concentration: Perfume spray
- Size: 100 ml
Established in 1872, Clive Christian Perfume is a leading independent British perfume house with a vision to create the world’s finest perfumes. The brand’s predecessor, Crown Perfumery Company, is the only house ever to have been granted permission to use Queen Victoria’s crown on its bottles. An image that defines every bottle of Clive Christian perfume to this day. Clive Christian perfume intensifies with your body heat. Place the perfume in skin creases and on the neck for a longer lasting and stronger scent. When applying, avoid rubbing or dabbing your skin to help keep the scent longer lasting. If you tend to place perfume in wrist areas, be sure to reapply after frequent hand washes, as this tends to rinse off the smell quicker.
- Ideal for a variety of occasions
- A fragrance that has been widely accepted
- It is light, refreshing, and can be applied often
- Fragrance to make it last longer
- Top Notes: petitgrain
- Heart Notes: clary sage
- Base Notes: freesia
About Clive Christian:
Clive Christian was established in 1999 when the English designer of the same name acquired Crown Perfumery, the celebrated perfume house established in London in 1872, and so named after being granted the use of the royal crown by Queen Victoria as a sign of quality and excellence.
The brand interprets a refined art, bringing to life a thousand year tradition of fragrances in which, for Clive Christian, luxury, the search for perfection and tradition seem to be limitless.
The 2012 New Year Honours List announced Clive Christian as the recipient of an OBE - Order of the British Empire - for his contribution as a Designer to the British Luxury Goods Industry.