5 Most Expensive Women’s Perfumes


Perfumes are among the most expensive items that are sold at high prices. From the strong smell of musk to light floral fragrances, different flavors are fabricated depending on the choice of manufacturers and the trends of the times. Some of the most expensive perfumes are high in their prices because they are created from a combination of rare ingredients, while there are other perfumes which are costly because of their rare ingredients in addition to the precious materials from which the bottles are made. If you want to discover more about these costly perfumes which are especially created for women, take a look at the following 5 most expensive women’s perfumes in the world.

1. DKNY Golden Delicious Million Dollar Perfume – $1 Million


This is the most expensive perfume in the world that you can ever find. It costs $1,000,000 yes, you read it right. This perfume has the ability to fascinate any woman with its bottle and the fragrance itself inside the bottle. The bottle is a unique piece of art that can be considered as a decorative piece. It is adorned with 2,909 precious stones sourced from all over the world, including a 1.65 carat Turquoise Paraiba Tourmaline from Brazil; a 7.18 carat Oval Cabochon Sapphire from Sri Lanka, 15 Round Brilliant Vivid Pink Diamonds from Australia weighing 1.28 carats, 4 Round Rose Cut Diamonds weighing 0.32 carats, a 3.07 carat Oval Cut Ruby and a 4.03 carat Pear Shape Rose Cut Diamond. The fragrance is a combination of apple, sandalwood, musk, muget, vanilla orchid, Mirabelle and other stunning notes.

2. Clive Christian’s No 1 Imperial Majesty – $435,000


It is the 2nd most expensive perfume on our list. It was created by Clive Christian which is known for presenting the most luxurious perfumes in the world. The fragrance and bottle are made from precious and rare ingredients. For the fragrance, you can find a combination sandalwood, cardamom, mandarin orange, Indian jasmine, white peach, bergamot, benzoin, lemon in addition to other rare notes. The scent comes in a Baccarat Crystal bottle, encrusted with 18-carat gold and as lid has a 5 carat diamond. Given these characteristics, but also the fact that there were only 10 copies of this perfume created.

3. Baccarat Les Larmes Sacrees de Thebes – $6,800


Baccarat is renowned for manufacturing fragrance bottles from high-quality crystal which is widely known as the most liked women perfume in the world. The bottle is designed in a unique way as it takes the shape of a pyramid which is inspired by the Egyptian pyramids. The crystal bottle with white gold embellishments is one of the reasons this perfume cost is as high as it is. The other reason is the quality of the perfume itself, and of course, it's delicious scent. Inspired by Egypt and King Tut's tomb, this perfume was released in 1998. The fragrance features a combination of frankincense and myrrh.

4. Clive Christian No 1 – $2,150


The main reason that increases the price of this fragrance is that it is created of precious and rare ingredients. It is composed of ylang-ylang, iris, apricot, carnation, jasmine, pineapple, tonka bean, benzoin, sandalwood, paprika, vanilla, orchid, rose and more rare notes and these ingredients are not available throughout the year. The bottle is also another reason for increasing the price as it is made of Baccarat crystal, 18-carat gold for the neck and is decorated with a 5-carat white brilliant-cut diamond to provide you with one of the most luxurious fragrances.

5. Caron’s Poivre – $2,000


It is one of the best spicy perfumes and it is a combination of clove, pepper, carnation, spices, tuberose, floral notes, jasmine, red pepper, sandalwood and rose. Using pepper as one of the main ingredients makes the fragrance suitable for being worn by both women and men. The bottle of this perfume is encrusted with pristine crystals on the white gold collar and reflects sophistication just as this perfume should be like.. This magnificent fragrance was created by Michel Morsetti and was launched in 1954.
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