One day he may have another jewel to set in his crown: His treasure chest holds a remarkable collection of old perfumes, including Caron’s Tabac Blond from 1919 — “for a woman who drank, smoked, wore leather and didn’t want to smell like a flower,” he said; an old bottle of Chanel No. 5 from the 1930s — “before they changed it, you can smell the difference”; and Cliff Richard’s Devil Woman.
“I adore jewelry,” Mr. Prince said, “but what sends me through the roof is fragrance. I would love to create my own perfume.”
— Jeweler Andrew Prince, who makes the jewelry for Downton Abbey. Read more at Jeweler With a Celebrity Luster at the New York Times