Jean Patou

Joy

€350,00

15ml
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Conceived in 1929 with the same care as a haute couture dress, splendid and timeless, Joy brings together a concentration of flowers of great rarity: 10600 jasmine flowers and 28 dozen roses make up an ounce of Joy.

The overwhelming trace is the result of the embrace of two exceptional raw materials: Bulgarian rose and Grasse jasmine, mixed with oriental ylang ylang and voluptuous tuberose.

The bottle of Joy, with pure and timeless lines, was designed by the architect Louis Sue in 1929, embellished with a gold leaf decoration called "baudruchage" with a frosted cap wrapped in a gold thread.


Joy is the result of the embrace of Bulgarian rose and Grasse jasmine, mixed with oriental ylang ylang and voluptuous tuberose.

Jean Patou will announce it as "the most expensive perfume in the world".

It is a sumptuous and fascinating perfume and here is its essence in a 15ml extract.


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