Madame Eglantine (The Prioress’ Tale) Perfume Oil
$20.00 – $85.00
They called her Madame Eglantine. That name means honeysuckle, but it could just as well have been the welcome and lovely name of lilac which sweetens the days of mid-spring with a kiss of incense (for a nun) and a float of citrus. Shy and beautiful.
The Prioress is the head of a convent, and she is first shown to be a rather pretentious woman who then tells her tale of a dead child coming to life and singing in a rather shocking tale of piety.
Type: floral, incense, citrus
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