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Madeleine

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Trudon's signature scents are also available as room sprays. They are available in large glass bottles, hand-made in Tuscany.

Galloping from Versailles to Marseille, Madeleine’s audacious spirit trails in the wind. Iris, jasmine and rose dress their petals in handsome leather. This swashbuckling fragrance pays homage to Madeleine de Maupin — accomplished horsewoman, fencer and renown 17th century dissident.
Capacity
12.6 Fl.oz
Dimensions
H: 18 cm Ø: 7 cm
Head Notes
Castoreum, Clove, Lavender
Heart Notes
Iris, Jasmine, Rose, Vetiver
Base Notes
Leather, Moss, Patchouli, Tobacco
  • Highly flammable
  • Keep away from sources of ignition
  • Do not smoke during spraying
  • Keep container tightly closed
  • Do not use for any purpose other than for what this product was intended to
  • Do not swallow
  • Seek immediate medical advice if ingested and show the container or label
  • In case of eye contact, rinse abundantly with water and seek immediate medical advice
  • Avoid all skin contact
  • Keep out of reach of children

Madeleine

Born in Versailles in 1670, Madeleine de Maupin was raised by her strict father in rather manly style. At age 14, she ran away from an arranged marriage with her fencing master, to Marseille. On the road south, they made a living by singing in taverns and giving fencing exhibitions dressed in men's clothing. When accused during one of these performances, of not being a real woman, she stopped the fight to bare her chest to a captivated audience. Later, at only 17, she began a forbidden affair with a young woman named Charlotte. When Charlotte's family locked her away in a convent, Madeleine disguised herself as a nun and covered the tracks of their escape by starting a fire. Charged with kidnapping and arson, she was condemned to be burned alive after failing to appear before a tribunal. Her father's employer, the Comte d’Armagnac, persuaded King Louis XIV not only to grant her a pardon, but to allow her to sing with the Paris Opéra. She died at the young age of 38.