1804 Eau de Parfum George Sand, from Histoires de Parfums' Feminine Characters collection, is a perfume for women in the oriental floral olfactory family. A fruity amber perfume, between laughter and pen stroke, with intoxicating spices and colored with sweet fruits.
- Top notes: gardenia from Tahiti, peach from Corsica, pineapple from Hawaii - Heart notes: cloves, nutmeg, jasmine from India, muguet, rose from Morocco - Base notes: sandalwood, patchouli, benzoin, vanilla, white musk
On July 1, 1804, at number 15 rue Meslay in Paris, Amandine Aurore Lucile Dupin, who would become Baroness Dudevant, was born. But she is known by her androgynous pseudonym, George Sand. Genius writer, passionate in love and committed, she embodies the first modern woman. For her contemporary heiresses, 1804 is a fragrance that reflects her image, generous and sensual.
Female characters of Histoires de Parfums
They are both mythical and charismatic characters that GÃ©rald Ghislain revives by imagining a fragrance for each of them. Brilliant, sensual and fascinating women make up four feminine perfumes. A romantic, mysterious, sensual or epicurean story of each woman. 1876 Mata Hari 1826 EugÃ©nie de Montijo 1873 Colette 1804 George Sand