Silver is a light blend of lavender topnotes with a touch of citrus, some subtly spicy mid-notes (carnation and ylang-ylang, perhaps?) and a light musk base. There may be some other components, but they are very understated. The whole concoction is polite and understated --- doesn't last a long time or make a bold or lasting impression. This would be good for the workplace or a casual weekend, or when you want it to be noticed only by someone nuzzling your neck.
Classy, refined, and unpretentious are sometimes all you need.
I like it a lot, but I wish it came in a spray form. I had a small bottle, and found a larger one in hopes that it would have a spray nozzle. It is also very weak, doesn't project, and disappears. That being said, I like the smell while it lasts!
Shares some similarities with its bretheren, British Sterling. Floral opening like with a bit of spice underneath. Closes down with powder. A little sweet. Its nice and light and smells clean, not heavy and overbearing. Opens powerfully but dies off pretty quickly takes a good bit to get any sillage out of it.. I give it a thumbs up because while it lasts it smells nice and pleasant. Easy to see why it is discontinued. Doesn't smell like something out of 1989 and seems oddly out of place for the time when it was released. A weird melange of a toned down 70s powder bomb, and a more modern lighter floral that vaguely reminds of Paul Sebastian PS. It is highly blended and difficult to guess any particular notes here. I'd liken it to a cross between PS without the vanilla and British Sterling with a hint of Gravity. You're left with something that while released in the 80s has no market there, not really a powerhouse, more like a toned down 70s scent. Don't let this discourage you it is at least worth a try. My wife loves this stuff.