Nefertari’s Oil Perfume (1920s) – by LBCC Historical


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Nefertari Merytmut, meaning “Beautiful Companion, Beloved of Mut,” was the Great Royal Wife of Rameses II (Ramses The Great). Her tomb is the largest, most lavishly decorated, and spectacular tomb in the Valley of the Queens. Her tomb is unique because it represents–for the first time–a separate, parallel “queenly” counterpart to the kings’ tombs in terms of both form and function.

Derived from the Egyptian revival of the 1920s, this oil perfume stirs up emotions of desire, mystery, and beauty–much like the queen herself.

Compiled with only ingredients that were available durning Nefertari’s lifetime, this light, clean, mellow, sweet, woody, spicy, sensual aroma will continue to improve with age.

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LBCC Historical specializes in researching and reproducing historical Apothecary & Cosmetics products. Recipes are extracted from the historical archives and were used by our ancestors. Ingredients are 100% top quality, natural, and almost always organic.

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