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  • Fragrances

    A Romantic Celebration or The Curse of Cupid? 

    The year is 1845. William Penhaligon was a mere 9 years old. We can only imagine he was playing in the Cornish countryside, pasty in hand, nose thrust deep into a bed of posies.
  • Fragrances

    William's London: Jermyn Street & St. James's Street

    Back in William’s day, any self-respecting London dandy could be found bouncing around between Jermyn Street and St. James's Street. Here, a gentleman’s every tailoring and grooming need could be tended, to an impeccable standard.
  • Fragrances

    A Symphony of Delicious Scent

    Many a work of art is greater than the sum of its parts. A painting, with its carefully composed shades, hues and textures. A piece of music, with floaty highs, sinewy middles and deep basses, coming together in perfect harmony.