Rose-gold plated dopamine molecule jewelry necklace. Dopamine is love, joy and happiness in one simple molecule. Newly found lovers have elevated dopamine blood levels: Everything seems possible, all obstacles can be overcome. Dopamine rewards and mentally exalts, thus is highly addictive. Dopamine is biogenic dope! A molecular symbol of love with all its passion, excitement and euphoria.

Dopamine

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Geosmin molecular jewelry on a Thomas Sabo necklace in front of a sample of 'Bat' (Zoologist Perfumes, 2015) by Ellen Covey with its typical soil/cave note. The first day of spring has an unmistakable scent, perceivable as soon as the ground thaws up, and emits a distinct smell originating from tiny amounts of (–)-geosmin. But what is very pleasant at very low concentrations, can quickly turn into a dismally dark earthy cave full of bats, which sometimes is of course desired!

Geosmin

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Pomarose molecule jewelry in front of perfume miniatures of '1 Million for men' (Paco Rabanne, 2008) and 'John Galliano for women' (John Galliano, 2008), to the odor of which it markedly contributes. A fragrant necklace, either perfumed or even unscented!

Pomarose

Pomarose molecule jewelry in front of perfume miniatures of Million for men' (Paco Rabanne, and 'John Galliano for women' (John Galliano, to the odor of which it markedly contributes. A fragrant necklace, either perfumed or even unscented!

Jasmonate molecule jewelry scented with jasmine absolute, the principal odorant of which it is. The perfect necklace for a Yasmin or Jasmina! Jasmonate, or more precisely (+)-(1R,2S)-epi-methyl jasmonate, is the principal odorant of Jasminum grandiflorum L., also known variously as Spanish jasmine, Royal jasmine, or Catalonian jasmine, in the absolute of which it occurs to only about 0.2%!

Jasmonate

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Linalool molecule jewelry on a wedge made of genuine Brazilian rosewood. (R)-(–)-Linalool or licareol is present to the extend of 90% in rosewood oil, and indispensible in perfumery to provide floral freshness.With its soft floral sweetness linalool constitutes a universal fresh top note between lavender and bergamot. A prominent freesia fragrance with some 10% linalool and ethyl linalool together is for instance 'Ralph' (Ralph Lauren, 2000) by Alain Alchenberger.

Linalool

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Calone 1951 molecule jewelry moored on a necklace to a miniature of the archetype marine fragrance 'Kenzo pour Homme' (Kenzo, 1991) by Christian Mathieu. Discovered by serendipity in 1966 at Pfizer by Beereboom, Cameron, and Stephens, Calone perfectly reconsiles the marine note at the seaside: fresh, ozonic, of faraway lands, and sometimes even of watermelons. Just so ocean! The epitome of sea breeze, the scent of a holiday at the beach, or simply the smell of the waterside.

Calone

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Rose gold plated Patchoulol molecule jewelry on a heap of dried fermented patchouli leaves. With a content of 23.6–45.9% (–)-patchoulol is the main constituent of patchouli oil, and despite some debate today generally recognized as its smelling principle. An iconic hallmark for an alternative or bohemian lifestyle and a mysterious lucky charm.

Patchoulol

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Want to pepper up your life with a rotundone molecular jewelry necklace? Rotundone, the principal odorant of black and white pepper,  is a transparent and radiant dry peppery smelling sesquiterpene with an extremely low odor threshold. It can be easily recognized in ‘Miu Miu’ (Miu Miu, 2015) by Daniela Andrier and ‘Blackpepper’ (Comme des Garçons, 2016) by Antoine Maisondieu.

Rotundone

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Rose gold plated Cashmeran molecule jewelry bathing in the genuine odorant Cashmeran for impregnation. Cashmeran, popularly know as 'Cashmere wood', is a unique non-aromatic polycyclic odorant, combining a floral-fruity musk character with a coniferous woody note in perfect balance. Overdoses of around 25% were for instance used by Maurice Roucel in ‘Dans Tes Bras’ (Frederic Malle, 2008) in a salty connection, and by Alessandro Gualtieri in ‘Duro’ (Nasomatto, 2007) in a sweet-spicey context.

Cashmeran

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18k Gold plated Iso E Super (Arborone) molecule jewelry to wear to the 100% Iso E Super perfume 'molecule 01' (escentric molecules, 2005) …or to 'Tresor', …or 'Feminite du Bois', …or 'Perles de Laliques',  …or basically to anything else as Iso E Super is ubiquitous in modern perfumery!

Iso E Super

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Cinnamal, the smelling principle of cinnamon, as molecule jewelry on a naturally curried leather strap in front of cinnamon bark. A cinnamon girl is the greatest, the nicest, the kindest, the prettiest and the funniest of all girls. Due to its typical warm, spicy-sweet aromatic odor cinnamal is essential both in the oriental and the chypre perfume family. A classical example for the latter is Jacques Guerlain's 'Mitsouko' (Guerlain, 1919).

Cinnamal

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An 18k gold-plated Ambrox keychain with a gold-plated key ring of paco rabanne parfums, famous for their xtreme ambery perfumes. (–)-Ambrox is the principal odorant of ambergris, a precious ancient perfumery material that had also been used as medicine, condiment and aphrodisiac. According to Jean-Paul Guerlain, ambergris lumps smell of 'rye bread and horse manure,' but tinctured in alcohol, ambergris releases a delicate, warm, soft, slightly saline scent.

Ambrox

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Detail view of a gold-plated camphor ear stud. Camphor possesses a highly distinctive aromatic, slightly minty and medicinal odor, and can easily be obtained by crystallization from the essential oil of the Camphor tree, which is native to China and Japan. Since it was so easy to isolate, it was amongst the first perfumery materials. The camphor enantiomers cannot be distinguished by their repective odors. The reason may well be their globular shape, which make them look like little pearls.

Camphor Earring Studs

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From my (street) art collection ● The Dunnies of the senses: 3 × 3″ custom dunny family symbolizing (from left to right) sight with "ZuEyetree" (Zukaty, 2011), smell with "Perfume Dunny" (Ardabus Rubber, 2011), and taste with "mmDunny Green" (FullerDesigns, 2011).

From my (street) art collection ● The Dunnies of the senses: 3 × 3″ custom dunny family symbolizing (from left to right) sight with "ZuEyetree" (Zukaty, 2011), smell with "Perfume Dunny" (Ardabus Rubber, 2011), and taste with "mmDunny Green" (FullerDesigns, 2011).

From my (street) art collection ● A miniature and a real 7.5 ml flacon of the 'Chanel N°5' perfume (Chanel, 1921) by Ernest Beaux, with a correponding 3″custom dunny by ARTMYMIND (2012). 'Chanel N°5' is the most successful fragrance of all times with a fascinating story starting from 'Quelques Fleurs' via 'Le Bouquet de Catherine' and 'Rallet N°1' to 'N°5'. The 'N°5' dunny of course wears the little black dress that Coco Chanel invented in 1920, and carries an emergency 'Rouge Coco'…

From Rallet to Chanel versus Mademoiselle Chanel

Rhodium-plated phenylethanol molecule jewelry ear studs "worn by" rose petals. With about 60–75% content, 2-phenylethanol (benzyl carbinol) is  the main component of rose absolue and all non-steam distilled rose oils. Now you can wear a drop of the mild natural rose odorant ON your ear studs, instead of behind the ear lobes.

Phenylethanol Earring Studs

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