Top 10 Most Expensive Perfumes
All around the world, perfumes, and scents amplify life by giving an attractive touch to your body. And who doesn’t like a good perfume anyways?
Here are the list of top 10 most expensive perfumes from around the world:
10: ANNICK GOUTAL EAU D’HADRIEN:
This brand was launched in 1981 for women. It combines natural scents of various citrus fruits and is priced for $441.18 per ounce.
9: JAR BOLT OF LIGHTNING:
A famous brand i.e Jar Bolt of Lightning is next on our list. This exotic perfume combines oriental flowers with other ingredients and is priced at $765 per ounce.
8: JOY BY JEAN PATOU:
Joy by the renowned brand Jean Patou is made by the combination of roses and jasmine flowers. It is priced at $850 per ounce.
7: CARON POIVRE:
This perfume was crafted by Caron on its 50th anniversary. All the pieces are hand made. This magnificent perfume is priced at $1000 per ounce.
6: HERMES 24 FAUBOURG:
This one is a rare piece because only 1000 pieces of it ever existed. It has a combination of different ingredients ranging from tiare flower, jasmine, vanilla, iris and much more. It costs a surprising $1500 per ounce.
5: CLIVE CHRISTIAN NO. 1:
This brand was launched in 2001 and made another appearance in 2006. It comes for both men and women. It used to be the most expensive perfume costing $2150 per ounce.
4: CHANEL GRAND EXTRAIT:
This perfume from Chanel is a very exotic piece. It gives off a vibe of pure feminine presence. It costs a whopping $4200 per ounce.
3: BACCARAT LES LARMES SACREES DE THEBES:
The third most expensive perfume in the world is from Baccarat. It comes in a crystal pyramid-shaped dome. It comes for $6,800 per ounce.
2: CLIVE CHRISTIAN NO. 1 IMPERIAL MAJESTY PERFUME:
This perfume also comes from the Clive line. Imperial Majesty was inspired by the goddess of beauty and love, Aphrodite. It is valued at $12,721.89 per ounce.
1: DKNY GOLDEN DELICIOUS MILLION DOLLAR FRAGRANCE BOTTLE:
The most expensive perfume ever was designed by DKNY in collaboration with famous designer Martin Katz. It contains 2,909 precious stones in its premium bottle. It costs a banging of $1 million.