Launched by the design house of Boucheron in 1997, Jaipur is classified as a sharp, oriental, woody fragrance. This masculine scent possesses a blend of spicy, fresh florals. It is recommended for daytime wear.
The nose behind this fragrance is Annick Menardo. Top notes are lime, bergamot, cardamom and lemon; middle notes are carnation, cinnamon, jasmine and rose; base notes are tonka bean, patchouli, benzoin and cedar.
For 160 years, Boucheron has been channeling its expertise into the materials it uses. Recognized as a great sculptor of gold, the Maison has always given priority to working this metal whose magnificence is revealed beneath the artisans’ hands. In the Serpent Bohème collection, the animal is not represented figuratively, but symbolically, making the work of the Maison’s goldsmiths all the more important. To bring the material to life, the chasers push the metal into shape using hammers and chasing tools. In so doing, the jewelry itself comes to life.