How To Say 'Penhaligon’s' Audio
Phonetics For 'Penhaligon’s'?
pen:ha:li:gənz not pen:heɪ:lee:gons
A Quick Overview of Penhaligon’s
Penhaligon's is a British perfume house. It was founded in the late 1860s by William Henry Penhaligon, a Cornish barber who moved to London and who became Court Barber and Perfumer to Queen Victoria.
- The original shop was situated in Jermyn Street next to the street's Hammam, where William Penhaligon had been a barber.
- The second shop opened at 33 St James street, and was attached to the Jermyn Street store at the rear.
- In the late 1920s, the business moved to Bury Street.