Tanagra by Violet: a subtle expression of eternal delicacy
Tanagra is a perfume woven into the skin. A powdery silk marrying the most subtle lines, a musky cashmere caressing the sweetest curves. Its wake, delicately floral, is sublimated by the beauty of the rose, the purity of freesia and the grace of the iris.
Taking its name from the small statuettes of ancient Greece illustrating the feminine beauty, Tanagra was originally published in 1922. On its vintage bottle, designed by Lucien Gaillard, the hood was modeled in the shape of a statuette.
Top Notes: Mandarin, Pear, Freesia
Heart Notes: Peony, Iris, Jasmine
Base Notes: Cedar, Vetiver, Musk
Family: Floral, Woody
75 ml EdP, 1 ml. glass spray sample
Perfumer: Nathalie Lorson
Creative directors:Anthony Toulemonde, Victorien Sirot and Paul Richardot