Thameen Cullinan Diamond 50ml
Incorporated into the Crown Jewels are stones cut from the magnificent Cullinan Diamond – the largest diamond ever found.
In 1907 the Cullinan was presented to King Edward VII, after his death in 1910, King George V had it set in the Sovereign's Sceptre and Imperial State Crown respectively. Both these stones are still in the regalia today.
The remaining diamonds were bequeathed to Her Majesty the Queen in 1953.
Top Notes: Black Pepper
Heart Notes: Vanilla Absolute, Orris, Rose
Base Notes: Cashmere Musk, Cedarwood, Suede, Amber
This extrait de parfum oozes majesty, from the intensity of its top note of black pepper, luxuriously blending with the freshness of vanilla absolute, surrounded by floral orris and rose. The long-lasting base notes exude regal warmth with cashmere musk, cedar wood and amber. Exquisitely royal, like the unique Cullinan Diamonds it is named after.
Recommended for those who love a warm, enveloping fragrance.