Mandarin, wild berries
Honeysuckle, gardenia, Arabian jasmine
Amber, caramel, vanilla, sandalwood
Casamorati is a collection of vintage perfumes by Xerjoff Group S.p.A.,inspired by the ancient art of Italian perfumery.
The brand recreates the history of the glorious house of perfumes founded by Claudio Casamorati in Italy in the 19th century, with the intention of safeguarding the historical and artistic heritage of the glamorous Art Nouveau era.
In 1888, Claudio Casomarati founded the C. Casamorati Perfume Factory in Bologna, a perfume house that enjoyed great success all over the world for its magnificent fragrances and bath soaps.
During those years of production, Casamorati received numerous awards and precious rewards from major national and international exhibitions.
Queen Margherita of Savoy loved Casamorati essences to such an extent that she gave the founder her gold pin as a sign of gratitude. Around the mid-twentieth century due to a financial crisis, Casamorati was forced to close the factory.
These perfumes disappeared from the market until Sergio Momo, founder of Xerjoff, decided to bring Casamorati back to the glories of the beginning of the century.
The Casamorati perfume collection combines the highest luxury and quality materials paying homage to Italianness, art and nature.
CASAMORATI “GRAN BALLO”
Floral spin in the palace
The night was remarkable, the party was palatial, the trail of her scent over the extent of her dress was out of this world.
Gran Ballo displays the grandeur of 18th century tradition of aristocratic parties where young girls had the opportunity to find their Prince Charming.
The fragrance unleashes itself with unique syrupy honeysuckle, exquisite white gardenia and voluptuous jasmine to emphasize the glory of a young lady in a Baroque dress.
Caramel and vanilla augment the powdery floral aura and embody her jovial love affair.