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      by Published on 27th September 2010 01:11 PM

      Last week as part of their excellent Perfume Diaries exhibition Harrods hosted an evening of British Perfumery, presented by Roja Dove. Dove began by calling The Perfume Diaries the most important exhibition about perfume in the world. He explained that in his opinion British perfumery had as long and as important a history as French perfumery and that the evening was a celebration of that heritage and a chance to find out what the next innovations from the houses represented would be.
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