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Urania London

Lance Of Love Eau De Parfum

$105.00

Lance of Love Eau de Parfum 50ml

Bold and transgressive, Lance of Love is a penetrating blend of irresistible resins with green notes and wood aromas. The fragrance opens with the vitalizing scents of Sage and Myrrh that evolve to an intense heart of Lebanese Cedar, Frankincense and Malaysian Oud. With a fearless base of Amber, Benzoin, and Birch Tar, Lance conveys a distinctive presence – daring and captivating. Like the steel-tipped wooden spear from which the fragrance borrows its name, Lance of Love cuts through the conventional with sophistication, self-assuredness and Elysian clarity. 

Scent:  Lush woodlands and exotic spices.
Sentiment:
 Indomitable confidence.

Olfactory Journey

Top: Italian Sage, Russian Clary Sage, Myrrh 
Heart:
 Lebanese Cedar, Oud Malaysia, Frankincense 
Base:
 Birchtar, Amber, Tolu Beans, Benzoin, Andalusian Cistus Labdanum 

* Clean Perfumery * Vegan * Responsible * Cruelty Free * Made in London *

 

  DID YOU KNOW?

A lance is a steel-tipped wooden weapon once used by Greek and Roman warriors. Drawing from this imagery, the perfume infuses deep wooden notes with a hint of metallic elegance to evoke the courage and confidence of these spirited champions, who often referred to the phallus as “the lance of love.”