Bottles only, no boxes, the original batch found at the back of the cupboard
Goodbye Piccadilly is our emancipation fragrance.
We first made it for London Transport Museum's Goodbye Piccadilly exhibit, made with materials all available and fashionable in 1914: the new leather accord of isobutyl quinoline and patchouli, lavender, violets and vanilla.
The aroma was exactly the fragrance of Sarah's Great Aunt Hilda's living room, and in the First World War she had been one of the adventurous young women who worked as a ticket clipper on the trams, proving that women could do the jobs that had always belonged to men.
We know that a lot of you like to use it as room fragrance, and at this price, you can do that. Great Aunt Hilda's front room was a magical place, where we would play for hours with her box of buttons, and she always gave us a half crown pocket money. Yes, we're that old. It was only in 2014 that we realised just what a poineer she'd been 100 years earlier.