Artistic Perfumery, Rancé 1795 debuts at Montaigne Place

Artistic Perfumery, Rancé 1795 debuts at Montaigne Place

Rancé 1795 fragrance house has a unique history of excellence, prestige and creativity. Founded by François Rancé, official purveyor to the Imperial French Court and Napoleon’s favourite perfumer, Rancé 1795 creates iconic fragrances that make its history evermore unique

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Rancé Creations

Rancé 1759 has an outstanding heritage of traditional craft inspired by ancient recipes and selected ingredients of the highest quality, passion, research and creativity, which has lasted for more than 220 years.

Les Etoiles – The Stars

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Created by Jeanne Sandre Rancé for elegant, passionate, noble-hearted women, Les Etoiles collection for women is precious like jewels, and as rare as the purest diamonds.

Perfumes embellished with glittering jewels of Bohemian glass that can be detached and worn around the neck to prolong the experience of the elegant woman when the perfume is finished.

Collection Impériale

Francois Rancé dedicated this collection to the heroes and heroines of the Napoleonic era due to his enormous admiration and devotion to the family.

He passed on his sentiments for the Napoleon era to his descendants, making it a constant throughout various Rancé generations.

Pour Femme (For Women)

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Elise

Napoleon’s younger sister; cheerful and lively. She lived an intense social life with frequent and long visits to Paris, where her radiant youth made her a star of the Imperial Court.

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Hortense

Hortense, Queen of Holland, was the daughter of  Josephine and Napoleon III’s mother. She was beautiful, seductive and  intelligent.

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Eugénie

Empress Eugénie won over France and the whole of Europe with her charm, her smile and her elegance. A refined woman with kind soul and gentle ways.

 

Helene

Helene

Albine de Vassal, Napoleon’s love-struck partner chose to follow the exiled Emperor to Saint Helen, where she gave birth to Hélène, the fruit of their love.

Josephine

Josephine

The woman Napoleon loved the most; joyful, brilliant, sensuous and charming.

Laetita 

Laetitia

The Emperor’s mother; passionate and wilful

With this collection, Jeanne Sandra Rancé has gone through the Napoleon family history archives and re-created one of their most precious gems – perfumes. The perfumes, bottles, and labels are replicas of the originals.

Pour Homme (For Men)

Heroique

Heroique

The spirit of the men who want to leave their mark.

La Vanqueur

La Vanqueur

The Victor: Napoleon. Dedicated only to the greatest historical personalities over the millennia. The obelisk bottle is capped with the crown bearing the imperial eagle that is placed on the heads of victors.

Francois Charles

Francois Charles

Napoleon’s only son. It was hoped that the young prince could repeat his majestic father’s feats and – like him – bring the great ideals France’s victories had introduced throughout Europe to triumph.

L’ Angie Victoire

L’ Angie Victoire            

The daring side of Rancé 1795. A tribute to Napoleon; powerful, tough and great victory. 

Le Roi Empereur

Le Roi Empereur

With his coronation as King of Italy on May 26th, 1805 in Milan, thus taking on the dual title of Emperor and King, Napoleon reached the peak of his glory. Only Charlemagne, one thousand years before him, had succeeeded in bringing the whole of Europe under his rule.

Triomphe

         Triomphe

Only the word Triumph could describe Napoleon’s immense glory. And Triomphe was the name of one of the perfumes François Rancé dedicated to the idol of his life.

A decoration which represents the military virtues of the Victor was etched onto the glass by a Parisian master glassmaker. It is today as it was 200 years ago.

 

Rancé 1795 fragrances are exclusively available at Montaigne Place.

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