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Barberism® Gift Set

£126.00
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Captain Fawcett and Sid Sottung, have set the bar high with their Barberism® collaboration, an exclusive range of gentleman’s grooming requisites at the cutting edge of barbering.

The Captain is delighted to present the Barberism® Gift Set with a SAVING of £25!

This handsome Gift Box captures the essence of the man’s man; a classically influenced yet modern fragrance with soaring top notes of Lime & Orange, spiked by provocative Rose & Galbanum launched from an earthy green Cedarwood, Patchouli & Musk base.

The Gift Box is packed with exquisite items to delight the most discerning of gentlemen.

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Important Shipping Information

For all chums outside the UK

Unfortunately ‘Eau De Parfum’ is categorised by International Postal and Courier services as being hazardous material and is subject to ‘Dangerous Goods’ legislation and shipping requirements. We therefore find ourselves unable to ship this item outside the UK via the normal postal service. As such you may need to source this fragrance from either your in country distributor or local Captain Fawcett bricks and mortar outlet.

However, where there is a will there is invariably a way, and as such, dependant on destination territory, there may be the option to send your order via a courier, albeit at an extra cost. Please email info@captainfawcett.com for further details.

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