Classic 1920 by Bois 1920
In 1920, perfumer Guido Galardi began to prepare for his first lavendar-based fragrance recipe by collecting lavendar flowers on the hills around Florence. Not long after that, the Italian perfume house BOIS 1920 (short for “Bottega Italiana Spigo” or “Italian Lavender Outlet“) was born, but it was a short-lived company. In 2005, monsieur Galardi’s grandson, nose Enzo Galardi revived the perfume house and created the unisex Classic 1920 fragrance.
The original edition of Classic 1920 came in bottles crafted by an Italian master glass blower, while the tops were made of colored wood with a finely engraved logo.