Our Clive Christian 1872 Feminine samples and decants are rebottled by Scent Split from genuine fragrance bottles. Scent Split is a wholly independent entity not affiliated, connected, or associated with Clive Christian.
1872 FeminineSold Out
Original bottle not included with sample/decant purchase. Scent Split rebottles the genuine fragrance into smaller bottles.
Inside its verdant bottle originally designed inthe momentous year of its name, 1872 for Women houses an effervescent rose whose clean, fresh and green notes burst forth as if from a popped champagne bottle. Interestingly, for a perfume named after the past, 1872 for Women recalls nothing of rose’s usual conservative and stodgy reputation. This is a young and fresh rose, with top notes such as bergamot, tangerine and lemon and a light chypre dry down of patchouli, moss, cedar, sandalwood and musk.
A sheer and fresh Rose de Mai — whose green facets are pushed to the fore by lily of the valley — glimmers at the heart of 1872 for Women. Also known as the “painter’s rose, ” this precious flower blooms only for three weeks in Grasse, France, and it takes 170 heads of Rose de Mai for just one drop of 1872 for Women. With intense projection and longevity, 1872 belies its central flower’s poetically short life. Hesperidic, clean and cheerful, 1872 is a jolt for the senses.
Bergamot, tangerine, lemon, pineapple, blueberry, rosemary, rose de Mai, lily of the valley, jasmine, purple violet, freesia, cedarwood, sandalwood, patchouli, erogen musk, and moss.
1872 has an immediate citrus-like scent, then ages into a powdery after-effect. Overall it was a bit stinky, unappealing. I will not buy again.
Fresh, feminine, crisp and rich. You won’t regret this purchase
Not as captivating as I remembered smelling it at saks back in the spring but being that we are now deep into fall I don’t feel like I’m giving the best point of view.