Pulcinella & Teresina Perfume Oil $32.00

Pulcinella & Teresina Perfume Oil


Your eyes are drawn to a gilded miniature stage whose sign reads: “All Praises to the Lord of Misrule!” Upon the platform, a sneering wooden jester waltzes with a hollow-eyed and bleeding wooden maiden, while a wooden devil floats above them.

Labdanum, cedar, teak and red rose.

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A Pantomime of Deviltry and Debauch in Seven Acts

Presented in an amber apothecary vial.


  1. dragonfire_fairy

    This is a smell I didn’t like out of the bottle and I was so sad. It was too woody. But I put some on and its grown to be something I really love.

    Its warm and woody, like you’re standing near the saw in a woodworking class. Once you put it on the Rose and labdanum make it darker, like someones oiled the wood with rose oil. It rides a line between being a sort of masculine wood but it always makes me feel warm inside when I wear it.

  2. Hellokoi

    One of my favorites for a dark, resinous rose fragrance. The roses are sweet, heavy and blood red, the cedar is spicy, the teak a dark, polished and sensual wood note, and the labdanum giving it a rich, resinous sweetness. It’s a perfect fragrance for your evil puppets.

  3. Nuri

    This was divisive in my house. I loved it, my heathen of a husband compared it to tiger balm. I smell warm woods with dried rose petals and later the earthiness of the laudanum. I have no idea what my husband is saying about tiger balm, but he hates it with a passion. I love it the same. I think if I just had it on and didn’t tell him about it he would like it more

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