hehe i know!......i just love to participate in those sort of discussions since i was thinking about it for some time now
and felt i want to share what i think at the moment hehehe , chasing after your vintage theme threads hehehe, psl sorry if i come across like having something against recreating vintages
, was just thinking why it did not happen before
i am late to perfume world...and people knew about IFRA etc and its all so interesting why those things were not important
......perfumery is so amsuing, its special kind of art, like cooking, you cant enjoy it without using it, and you cant preserve it forever without some special conditions, and you have to be able to recreate it constantly.....do you know this guy in London who makes art from cooking? Bloo, something with B....he recreates ancient meals! which sometimes are awful taste to nowdays people
i thought Osmotheque is a place that trys to preserve perfumes and the heritage, so the idea to have more places like that not just Osmotheque would be great
and even beeing able to buy it at some reasonable prices....why not.....
just thinking loud - - - Updated - - -
i am also so sure it is very much connected with money too.....
so Mona Lisa and that type of art is used as preservation of value
....one can not use perfumes for that purpose....becasue they are like food, during the crisis so many of those pictures have been used that way as a ways of investing money....
there are so many things in the world that should be kept alive for future generations to see the beauty , complexity, to enjoy.....the nature versatility
beeing as one very obvious! imagine how many old crops have been gone! they have to be recreated over and over again!
i think if you look from that perspective.....tja this is not the worst thing in life and definitely not the only one where we "loose"....much worse is that one day you wont be able to see polar bear, or bengal tiger (and not fougere Bengale
, or Amazon woods.....
so i think thats the reason...if money found the opportunity there i am sure it would happen that way, in Mona Lisa every rich man would invest not just the one who understands the beauty - - - Updated - - -
Jean CLaude Ellena is not rich?
i think many of them are rich
thats good point about keeping secrets!
My point was only trying to discover why things did not happen, when there are so many enthusiasts...and so many lovers of old perfumes etc.... but they are not good way to store the value, they can go bad
gold will never go bad
, Mona Lisa as well, they can only get stolen. LOL
the simmilarity with food is in a way that both MUST be consumed
no point at looking at perfume