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Time Travel Series

Scent has the unique and powerful ability to transport your mind to a distinct time and place. Experience peculiar moments in history with each signature scent, and allow the stunning 925 sterling silver rings to serve as a memento from your travels.
1859 | New Orleans, LA

French Quarter

Amidst the bustling streets of French Quarter, you come across an old, mysterious house. You can smell the fresh scents of eucalyptus, thyme, and green pear lingering from the lush plant life hanging on the rod iron fences of the surrounding homes, complemented by aromas of jasmine and patchouli. The door of the home is ajar as if inviting you to enter. Inside, you find yourself face-to-face with Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. What happens next is up to you...

1889 | Paris, France

Moulin Rouge

You’re wandering the streets of Montmartre where you see red lights fill the misty sky. An iconic red windmill beckons you inside. Sensual, intoxicating aromas of leather, tobacco flower, vanilla, and rich plum fill a dark room. Give in and let passion take center stage, allowing your deepest desires to become reality for one memorable night of debauchery.

1950 | Havana, Cuba

Havana Nights

Let your hair down and capture the essence of the island with deep, enticing aromas of sweet anise, fresh lemon, soothing jasmine and tropical coconut. Get ready to move to the rhythm of the music as you lose yourself to a truly memorable Havana Night.

1947 | Los Angeles, CA

Black Dahlia

Go back in time to 1947  and immerse yourself in the tragic mystery of young starlet-to-be, Elizabeth Short—AKA The Black Dahlia. The Black Dahlia’s murderer is still on the loose. Some even say a prominent figure in the industry was involved. As the gruesome details of that night begin to unfold, you find yourself captivated by the mystery—terrified, yet transfixed.