Imperial Majesty perfume launched in Doha.
A ceremony at Lagoona Mall was attended by Pari Gallery general manager Salman Abdul Rahim, and Clive Christian Company owner Victoria Clive Christian.
"Imperial Majesty 1 perfume is a living example of success and occupies a unique place in the history of perfumes," Rahim said.Victoria Clive Christian said: "We are very pleased to co-operate with Pari Gallery, the leading retail company which showcases renowned international brands." She explained that only 10 bottles of Imperial Majesty No 1 were ever made and seven were purchased by private perfume connoisseurs for over $300,000 each.
The last three were retained by Clive Christian Company ending its public availability and elevating the Imperial Majesty perfume to a priceless status.
Presented in the finest crystal bottle bearing a five carat white diamond nestled in an 18-carat gold collar, Clive Christian ensured that the 16 ounces of the No 1 perfume was housed in a vessel which truly epitomised absolute luxury.
The expense can also be attributed to the natural and rare ingredients that go with the recipe of the No 1, which includes Tahitian Vanilla which takes six months to reach its desired flavour and 50-year-old Indian sandalwood to name a few.
Gulf Times Newspaper 2012
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|Publication:||Gulf Times (Doha, Qatar)|
|Date:||Jul 3, 2012|
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