1953 Pour Homme

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£32.40£94.80

Named ‘1953‘ – after the year of the coronation – because among many special things involved in the accession to the throne of a British monarch perhaps the most special is the anointing – according to Wikipedia British Monarchs are the only ones still anointed as part of the ceremony and it is done with a specially made Coronation Oil – the ingredients for which have been similar since the 12th Century and include ambergris, civet, rose, jasmine, orange flower, cinnamon, musk and benzoin.

1953 Pour Homme by Pell Wall includes all those fine ingredients (though for ethical reasons using synthetic substitutes for civet and musk) in the very best qualities to be found.  With added cedarwood and tobacco in the heart to keep it masculine and extra-fresh cologne notes in the top it becomes a fresh, long-lasting, easy to wear masculine fragrance for the 21st Century, presented in a wood-clad black bottle.

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1953 Pour Homme Scent Pyramid
1953 Pour Homme Scent Notes

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Bottle Size

100ml, 10ml, 30ml

1 review for 1953 Pour Homme

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Thomas Seidler

    I’m a bit at sea writing a review for any perfumes, but I promised Chris 5 years ago when he first helped me experiment with perfumes (having never used them before marriage!).

    This particular fragrance is absolutely amazing! If you like Anjin and Tempus Ludendi, it is is the same ball park, being more complex and perhaps floral than Anjin (which to my unsophisticated nose) seems the most simple/straight of these three vanilla base scents (as I think of them though I’m told they don’t all have vanilla in at all, but it’s just the common theme/vibe to my nose, not doing justice to the subtlety and depth of any of them, so do forgive me).

    I really really love this one. Where Tempus Ludendi goes a bit tobacco-y and dirty/sophisticated in a (really) nice way, evening out, masculine as my man says, this goes just glorious (unsurprisingly given royal origins), maybe slightly more floral and mesmerically scented overtones, but with deep undertones too, it’s just wonderful, I absolutely love it! Both female and male versions are fantastic. I wish I could afford 100ml of this bad boy too, though it’s so good and distinctive (as with Tempus Ludendi) I’d only wear it on it’s own (while Anjin I happily mix with some of the other scents here (being simple enough to be really suitable to that).

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